We are going to continue looking at Amos and Hosea.
They may have been addressed to the social and political situation of the 8th century BC but we have already discovered messages which resonate for us today as we worry about climate change. What might the story of a disastrous marriage have to say about our relationship with God?
We are going to be looking at Amos and Hosea, two Old Testament prophets of the same generation but very different styles! … Continue reading Amos and Hosea part 1
Parables … Continue reading September 17th
Returning from our summer break, we’ll begin by reflecting on our sessions on Parables and then plan for our next study. If there’s a book of the bible which has always puzzled you, or an issue where you wonder, ‘What might the bible have to say about that?’ why not come along and share your … Continue reading September 3rd
We will have another session on parables. This time the connecting theme is money. What is a fair wage? How about a fair offering? Come and add your thoughts. After this, Housegroup will be taking a summer break until September. … Continue reading July
We will continue to look at some of Jesus’ parables. We have already considered whether a mustard seed really grows into a tree. Come and wonder whether God needs nagging to answer prayers, and what pearls and yeast have in common. … Continue reading June part 1
During Lent the Housegroup will be meeting weekly and following a course from Churches Together in Britain and Ireland called ‘The Mystery of God’. Our Lent course for 2019 delves more deeply into the mystery of God, seeking to rediscover what it is that draws us so deeply in our search for God. We will … Continue reading Lent Course