Lent Study Groups

‘LIFE ON THE FRONTLINE’

Our Study Groups are held at 2.30pm and 7.30pm in different people's homes:

15th and 22nd of February and 1st, 8th, 15th and 22nd March.

Below you will find a little information about the course. If you would like to know anymore about the course or the venue, please contact David .Sayle

 

Meet Anne.

 

Anne always thinks of herself as fairly ordinary.
An ordinary, single, middle-aged mum, with an ordinary, tiring job. She navigates through the ordinary dramas of life, but at the end of the day, she just gets on with it; nothing to shout about, nothing to write home about.

At least, that’s what she feels…

Life on the Frontline offers six sessions, each with a short film, biblical reflections, real stories – to help one another live fruitfully and faithfully for Christ in the daily places of life and work.

The sessions are:

Session 1: The Frontline Call – What is my Frontline and why does it matter?

Session 2: The Frontline Commission – What happens when life on our Frontline feels difficult?

Session 3: The Frontline Community – How do all our various church activities equip us for our lives when we are apart?
Session 4: The Frontline Concern – How do you know what to do on your Frontline?
Session 5: The Frontline Cry – How does our Frontline shape our prayers?
Session 6: The Frontline Commitment – How can we sustain our commitment to one another on the Frontline?


Lent Study Afternoon Group
Thursdays as detailed below at 2.30pm.
Open 'Lent Study Afternoon Group'

Plastic Free Lent - Lent Plastic Challenge
For Anglicans Lent is the time when we remember the 40 days that Jesus spent in the wilderness, facing challenge and temptation. It is a time when we reflect on God’s purpose for our life. This year we challenge you to give up single-use plastics – to reduce the actions which damage God’s Creation. Over 8.3 billion tonnes of plastic have been produced since the 1950s. That’s enough plastic to cover every inch of the UK ankle-deep more than ten times over. Just 9% was recycled. ‘To strive to safeguard the integrity of creation and sustain and renew the life of the earth’ The Anglican Communion’s Fifth Mark of Mission. Share your journey with others on the Plastic-Less Lent Facebook Group