Small Groups

 

Lent is approaching, and now is the time to think about joining one of this year’s Lent Groups.  This year our theme is: “On the Third Day” a York Course written by John Pritchard, recently retired Bishop of Oxford. Over five weeks together we will explore together the evidence for the Resurrection as we journey towards the great celebration of Easter which is the foundation of God’s church.

Space is limited in the groups so please sign up soon so as to not be disappointed.

Lent Groups begin on Tuesday 12th March and finish the week before Holy Week.

For further details please contact Rev. Julie Sear.

Living Christ Diocesan Lent Course 2019

What does it mean for us to discover Life in all its fullness (John 10:10) – to hear and respond to the call of God in our lives?

The course consists of five sessions exploring our life’s work and booklets will be provided nearer the time. Along with Scripture, prayer and discussion, it is hoped that Living Christ will be an engaging resource for us in our parishes.

I would like to encourage everyone to come and be part of our Lent Course together.

Daytime:

Led by our Lay Reader Donna Dewar.
Donna’s House – 10 Wellfield, Lewes Road, Ashurst Wood. RH19 3SX 2pm – 3.30pm

Tuesday 12th March:
Tuesday 19th March:
Tuesday 26th March:
Tuesday 2nd April:
Tuesday 9th April:

Our life’s work
Family, friendship and relationships
Childhood
Health & vulnerability
How we draw close to Christ at the end of our lives.

Evening:

Led by Rev Julie
Where?: St Mary’s Church Time: 7.30-9.15pm

Wednesday 13th March:
Wednesday 20th March:
Wednesday 27th March:
Wednesday 3rd April:
Wednesday 10th April:

Our life’s work
Family, friendship and relationships
Childhood
Health & vulnerability
How we draw close to Christ at the end of our lives.

Each of the sessions consists of a bible reading: short DVD with questions for discussion.

At St Mary’s we will break into small groups with cake and coffee before coming back together for a closing time of prayer and worship.

Rev’d Julie