We are living in uncertain times. A way of life that we were able to take for granted this time last year has been curtailed and the future looks uncertain; irrespective of the weather, we are all in for a long, hard winter.
Many Christians have drawn strength in the past from the regular routine of weekly worship at church, and although this has been disrupted, that does not mean that God has left us without the resources to cope. In Equipped@BRBC
, we are exploring practical ways in which we can draw on God’s grace to get us through the winter months with our mental health, our emotional wellbeing and our spiritual vitality intact.
We are staring by looking at how to read the Bible for ourselves .Then we will explore ways of sharing the good news with our neighbours, since probably many of us are seeing a bit more of them than we used to. In the new year, we will be looking at such themes as prayer, our spiritual armour, and getting through isolation, doubt and times of change.
These sessions will be taking place approximately twice a month at Brighton Road at 6.30 pm on Sunday nights. and we currently we have the following sessions planned
Oct 11th Reading the New Testament
Oct 25th Putting the Old and New Testament together
Nov 15th Why share the Good News?
Nov 29th How to share the Good News
Audio recordings of previous sessions are available here
You are welcome to join us in person by booking in advance, or to watch live on our YouTube channel. If you wish to participate via zoom, please contact us for the access details.
As we get through the winter together, we can be confident that God will supply all our needs in accordance with the wealth of his glory.
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