What’s On?



We have a public Bible Hour every Sunday. The plan for the next few weeks looks like this, God Willing:

2nd September, 2:30pm:
“What is Truth?”
Is “Truth” something that varies between people and cultures? Or could there be a universal truth that applies to everybody? This question will be answered by looking at what the Bible teaches.  

9th September, 6pm:
“World events herald the return of Christ”
Could many of the world events we hear about actually be linked together? Tonight we will look at this question, and present the Bible evidence that one day all the world’s attention will be focussed on Jerusalem and the great battle that will take place there. 

16th September, 2:30pm: PART OF OUR OPEN WEEKEND
“The Bible holds the key to the future”
This special talk will fit in with our open weekend, and will be on the same theme. The Bible has predicted huge events in the past, including the coming and going of several world empires. So what can it tell us about our own future? This talk will be at an earlier time than usual and visitors are also invited to see our Bible exhibition which will be in the Boat House from Friday to Monday of this weekend. 

23rd September, 6pm:
“God will not let His creation die”
We might think that one day, humans will destroy the planet we live on. But the Bible tells us that God has promised that this world will survive – although there will need to be a huge clean up of the mess that humans have made! Come along and find out more. 

30th September, 6pm:
“Lessons from Jesus’ Prayers”
Many of the prayers of Jesus are recorded in the Gospels for us. He teaches us how, and why, we should pray. So how many lessons are there for us in following his example? 

7th October, 2:30pm:
“Five a Day: the Bible Way”
Everyone knows that we should exercise regularly, and that mental stimulation is also important to keep up. But what does the Bible say we should do regularly – and why? 

These Bible hours are all friendly evenings in which a Bible subject is presented in a straightforward way. Each week there is a different subject and a different presenter. (Why?)