• A summer with the Word

    Bible passages to learn and live by

    This Summer starting on 27th May,  we follow a sermon series devised by the Ministry team. We will  preach on some of those passages which have helped us and trust will help others. They are passages which can be read, learned and meditated upon, becoming a resource to us throughout our lives.

    Passages we aim to tackle across the three churches are:

    Psalm 5                                                               Matthew 5.38-49

    Psalm 23                                                              Matthew 6.25-34

    Psalm 34.1-10                                                    Matthew 25.31-46

    Psalm 118                                                            Matthew 28.16-20

    Psalm 139.1-18                                                   Romans 8.28-39

    Proverbs 3.1-12                            1 Thessalonians 5.12-28

    Proverbs 5.15-23                                      Philippians 4.4-9

    Isaiah 43.1-7 2                                           Timothy 3.10-17

    Isaiah 55.6-13                                                James 4.1-10

    Jeremiah 29.11-14                                         James 5.13-18

    Zephaniah 3.14-17                                          1 Peter 2.1-9

    Zechariah 4.1-10


    Ways to engage:

    · Read these passages over the summer, learn and mediate on the verses you find helpful.

    · Read the passage you are going to hear preached upon the week before you come to church. Each Sunday we’ll publish the following week’s passage in the pew sheet, on the weekly email and facebook.

    · Write your own list of favourite bible verses

    In your homegroups share your favourite bible passage - why does it  mean so much to you?


    All Scripture is God-breathed and is useful for teaching, rebuking, correcting and training in righteousness, so that the servant of God may be thoroughly equipped for every good work.                                          2 Timothy 3.16-17