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In Lent this year, we will be studying the Bible together in groups and at home. The format will be the same as the “Wedding at Cana” homework we’ve been doing as a Church recently: to use our imagination to see the stories of the Bible from a new perspective. There are many other books that can be helpful too:[…]

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Wedding at Cana

Home exercise: Interpreting Holy Scripture Reading the Bible can leave people feeling like they’re reading a story they’ve heard a thousand times, or reading a story from the past that doesn’t make sense. It can seem irrelevant. However, learning about God (and getting to know God better) is not a passive thing. Listening to others talk about God is not[…]

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When the day seems dark

As we spend time with God, intentionally trying to listen to our Creator, sometimes we find words and images come to us. Sometimes they are a gift to us from God. Marian is part of the Saints Alive course that is being run by Glennis each Thursday – and Marian is feeling encouraged to write her feelings as poetry. I[…]

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