Bible Explorers at Methodist Church

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Bible Explorer Group

Bible Explorers is a group that meets twice a month on a Monday lunchtime (2nd and 4th) at Tarvin Methodist Church. We have lunch together then read a section or chapter and talk about it. We have our minister Rev'd Sue Levitt to help with any difficult bits. The sessions are really friendly and informative and help to explain a lot that can seem quite difficult. We are quite informal. You don't have to comment and can just listen if you prefer. Each person is encouraged to come to their own understanding. We have broken up for the summer but will be meeting again on September 11th. We have been looking at the book of Acts of the Apostles. You're welcome to come and join us — bring your own lunch but we provide tea and coffee!

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