FAITH360: Praying in Anglican Ways - St Johns Cathedral - Darnell Room
Nov
18
9:00am 9:00am

FAITH360: Praying in Anglican Ways - St Johns Cathedral - Darnell Room

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A practical workshop about forms of Anglican spirituality and prayer. It's happening in the Darnell Room!

This all day workshop (9-3:30pm) written by the Revs Penny Jones and Jo Inkpin enables participants to ponder their own spirituality and the methods of prayer and worship that can enhance relationships with God.  Discover deep Anglican wells of spiritual practice that provide resources for faith today! 

All you need to bring is a pen and your lunch.

In this workshop, participants will:

  • Explore ideas about spirituality.  Just what is it anyway?
  • Think about the Anglican forms of spirituality
  • Examine their own spirituality towards identifying a helpful life-enhancing profile
  • Learn about the history and form of Anglican spiritualities that have enlivened our church, as well as individuals/groups associated with them
  • Have a chance to practice different forms of prayer and worship associated with these Anglican spiritualities
  • Come to value the enormous breadth of spiritual resources available to us in the Anglican Church
  • Think about developing a 'rule of life' to enhance our faith formation into the future

Register with this button, or leave your name at the Cathedral Reception, St Martin’s House Ph: 3835 2222 .

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Nov
25
9:00am 9:00am

Bible360: Introduction to the Bible - Dalby

A one-day (9-3.30pm) introduction to the Bible for people of all ages and backgrounds.

Thousands of people around the diocese (and the world!) have done this program. Now it's your chance!

It offers a place to start the adventure of reading the Bible or to pick up the journey again if it has been a while.

The seminar provides:

·         An opportunity to engage with others

·         An understanding of the history of the Bible

·         The basic information needed to read the Bible with confidence

·         A brief overview of the Old Testament and New Testament

·         Practical tips on choosing a Bible and other resources

·         Help to get started with a personal Bible reading plan.

Just bring a pen and your lunch (or buy it nearby) and you’re good to go! Morning tea is provided.

 

Oh, and BIBLE360 modules are part of the larger 360 Project plan. 

To find out more, head over to...Wait, you're here already!

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Feb
17
9:00am 9:00am

Bible360: Introduction to the Bible - Ipswich

A one-day (9-3.30pm) introduction to the Bible for people of all ages and backgrounds.

Thousands of people around the diocese (and the world!) have done this program. Now it's your chance!

It offers a place to start the adventure of reading the Bible or to pick up the journey again if it has been a while.

The seminar provides:

·         An opportunity to engage with others

·         An understanding of the history of the Bible

·         The basic information needed to read the Bible with confidence

·         A brief overview of the Old Testament and New Testament

·         Practical tips on choosing a Bible and other resources

·         Help to get started with a personal Bible reading plan.

Just bring a pen and your lunch (or buy it nearby) and you’re good to go! Morning tea is provided.

 

Oh, and BIBLE360 modules are part of the larger 360 Project plan. 

To find out more, head over to...Wait, you're here already!

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Sep
30
9:00am 9:00am

Bible360: Introduction to the Bible - Strathpine

A one-day (9-3.30pm) introduction to the Bible for people of all ages and backgrounds.

Thousands of people around the diocese (and the world!) have done this program. Now it's your chance!

It offers a place to start the adventure of reading the Bible or to pick up the journey again if it has been a while.

The seminar provides:

·         An opportunity to engage with others

·         An understanding of the history of the Bible

·         The basic information needed to read the Bible with confidence

·         A brief overview of the Old Testament and New Testament

·         Practical tips on choosing a Bible and other resources

·         Help to get started with a personal Bible reading plan.

Just bring a pen and your lunch (or buy it nearby) and you’re good to go! Morning tea is provided.

Eventbrite - BIBLE360: Introduction to the Bible - Strathpine

 

Oh, and BIBLE360 modules are part of the larger 360 Project plan. 

To find out more, head over to...Wait, you're here already!

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Sep
16
9:00am 9:00am

Bible360: Introduction to the Bible - Annerley

BIBLE360: Introduction to the Bible

A one-day (9-3.30pm) introduction to the Bible for people of all ages and backgrounds.

Thousands of people around the diocese (and the world!) have done this program. Now it's your chance!

It offers a place to start the adventure of reading the Bible or to pick up the journey again if it has been a while.

The seminar provides:

·         An opportunity to engage with others

·         An understanding of the history of the Bible

·         The basic information needed to read the Bible with confidence

·         A brief overview of the Old Testament and New Testament

·         Practical tips on choosing a Bible and other resources

·         Help to get started with a personal Bible reading plan.

Just bring a pen and your lunch (or buy it nearby) and you’re good to go! Morning tea is provided.

Eventbrite - BIBLE360: Introduction to the Bible

 

Oh, and BIBLE360 modules are part of the larger 360 Project plan. 

To find out more, head over toWait, you're here already!

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FAITH360: Praying in Anglican Ways - Stafford
Aug
5
9:00am 9:00am

FAITH360: Praying in Anglican Ways - Stafford

FAITH360 Praying in Anglican Ways

A practical workshop about forms of Anglican spirituality and prayer.

This all day workshop (9-3:30pm) written by the Revs Penny Jones and Jonathan Inkpin enables participants to ponder their own spirituality and the methods of prayer and worship that can enhance relationships with God.  Discover deep Anglican wells of spiritual practice that provide resources for faith today! 

All you need to bring is a pen and your lunch.

In this workshop, participants will:

  • Explore ideas about spirituality.  Just what is it anyway?
  • Think about the Anglican forms of spirituality
  • Examine their own spirituality towards identifying a helpful life-enhancing profile
  • Learn about the history and form of Anglican spiritualities that have enlivened our church, as well as individuals/groups associated with them
  • Have a chance to practice different forms of prayer and worship associated with these Anglican spiritualities
  • Come to value the enormous breadth of spiritual resources available to us in the Anglican Church
  • Think about developing a 'rule of life' to enhance our faith formation into the future

Register with this button, or leave your name at the parish office (07 33564300).

Eventbrite - FAITH360: Praying in Anglican Ways
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Jul
22
9:00am 9:00am

BIBLE360 - Introduction to the Prophets

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BIBLE360: Introduction to the Prophets

A one-day introduction to the biblical prophets for people of all backgrounds and from teens to adults.

This seminar offers an opportunity to explore the role of an often-misunderstood group in the Bible: the prophets.

Here you will:

  • Examine the current usage of the word, prophet
  • Compare this with Biblical usage to explore how this role might have changed
  • Look at the themes that charcterise the words of the prophets
  • Explore whether Jesus might have seen himself following that same line
  • Ponder your own prophetic role in your community
  • Look at resources to enable more learning

It's free!  Just bring a pen and a bible and a desire to learn some cool stuff!

The sign up button will appear here any day now when tickets are released.

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FAITH360: Praying in Anglican Ways - Aspley/Albany Creek
Apr
29
9:00am 9:00am

FAITH360: Praying in Anglican Ways - Aspley/Albany Creek

FAITH360 Praying in Anglican Ways

A practical workshop about forms of Anglican spirituality and prayer.

This all day workshop (9-3:30pm) written by the Revs Penny Jones and Jonathan Inkpin enables participants to ponder their own spirituality and the methods of prayer and worship that can enhance relationships with God.  Discover deep Anglican wells of spiritual practice that provide resources for faith today!

In this workshop, participants will:

  • Explore ideas about spirituality.  Just what is it anyway?
  • Think about the Anglican forms of spirituality
  • Examine their own spirituality towards identifying a helpful life-enhancing profile
  • Learn about the history and form of Anglican spiritualities that have enlivened our church, as well as individuals/groups associated with them
  • Have a chance to practice different forms of prayer and worship associated with these Anglican spiritualities
  • Come to value the enormous breadth of spiritual resources available to us in the Anglican Church
  • Think about developing a 'rule of life' to enhance our faith formation into the future

Oh, and FAITH360 modules are part of the larger 360 Project plan. 

To find out more, head over towww.formedfaith.org Wait, you're already here! Look in the menu above for more info...

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Bible360: Introduction to the Bible - Bundaberg West
Apr
8
9:00am 9:00am

Bible360: Introduction to the Bible - Bundaberg West

BIBLE360: Introduction to the Bible

A one-day (9-3.30pm) introduction to the Bible for people of all ages and backgrounds.

It offers a place to start the adventure of reading the Bible or to pick up the journey again if it has been a while.

The seminar provides:

·         An opportunity to engage with others

·         An understanding of the history of the Bible

·         The basic information needed to read the Bible with confidence

·         A brief overview of the Old Testament and New Testament

·         Practical tips on choosing a Bible and other resources

·         Help to get started with a personal Bible reading plan.

Just bring a pen and your lunch (or buy it nearby) and you’re good to go! Morning tea is provided.

Eventbrite - BIBLE360: Introduction to the Bible

 

Oh, and BIBLE360 modules are part of the larger 360 Project plan. 

To find out more, head over toWait, you're here already!

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FAITH360: Praying in Anglican Ways - Cleveland
Mar
11
9:00am 9:00am

FAITH360: Praying in Anglican Ways - Cleveland

FAITH360 Praying in Anglican Ways

A practical workshop about forms of Anglican spirituality and prayer.

This all day workshop (9-3:30pm) written by the Revs Penny Jones and Jonathan Inkpin enables participants to ponder their own spirituality and the methods of prayer and worship that can enhance relationships with God.  Discover deep Anglican wells of spiritual practice that provide resources for faith today!

In this workshop, participants will:

  • Explore ideas about spirituality.  Just what is it anyway?
  • Think about the Anglican forms of spirituality
  • Examine their own spirituality towards identifying a helpful life-enhancing profile
  • Learn about the history and form of Anglican spiritualities that have enlivened our church, as well as individuals/groups associated with them
  • Have a chance to practice different forms of prayer and worship associated with these Anglican spiritualities
  • Come to value the enormous breadth of spiritual resources available to us in the Anglican Church
  • Think about developing a 'rule of life' to enhance our faith formation into the future

This event is being led by the Rev'd Denise Ferguson.

 

Oh, and FAITH360 modules are part of the larger 360 Project plan. 

To find out more, head over towww.formedfaith.org       Wait, you're already here!

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Mar
11
9:00am 9:00am

BIBLE360: Introduction to the Bible - Gympie!

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BIBLE360: Introduction to the Bible

9.00am - 3.30pm
St John's Place
Cnr Duke and Pine Streets, Gympie
(Ample Parking in Pine Street)

This BIBLE360 Seminar is a one-day introduction to the Bible for people of all ages and backgrounds.
This seminar (9.00am-3.00pm) offers a place to start the adventure of reading the Bible or to pick up the journey again if it has been a while. It is interactive in approach and includes:
• An opportunity to engage with others
• An understanding of the history of the Bible
• A brief overview of the Old Testament and New Testament
• Useful information on reading the Bible for everyday life
• Practical tips on choosing a Bible and other resources for on-going reading
• Help to get started with a personal Bible reading plan.
Participants will be encouraged to actively engage and apply key concepts to their local setting. There will also be an opportunity to develop a personalised Bible Reading Plan for your use after the seminar.

Just bring a pen and your lunch (or buy it nearby) and you’re good to go! Morning tea is provided.

Eventbrite - BIBLE360: Introduction to the Bible

Oh, and BIBLE360 modules are part of the larger 360 Project plan. 

To find out more, head over to www.formedfaith.org

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BIBLE360: Introduction to the Bible - Aspley/Albany Creek!
Feb
11
9:00am 9:00am

BIBLE360: Introduction to the Bible - Aspley/Albany Creek!

BIBLE360: Introduction to the Bible

A one-day (9-3.30pm) introduction to the Bible for people of all ages and backgrounds.

It offers a place to start the adventure of reading the Bible or to pick up the journey again if it has been a while.

The seminar provides:

·         An opportunity to engage with others

·         An understanding of the history of the Bible

·         The basic information needed to read the Bible with confidence

·         A brief overview of the Old Testament and New Testament

·         Practical tips on choosing a Bible and other resources

·         Help to get started with a personal Bible reading plan.

Just bring a pen and your lunch (or buy it nearby) and you’re good to go! Morning tea is provided.

Eventbrite - BIBLE360: Introduction to the Bible

 

Oh, and BIBLE360 modules are part of the larger 360 Project plan. 

To find out more, head over toWait, you're here already!

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Nov
12
9:00am 9:00am

FAITH360: Praying In Anglican Ways

Faith360: Praying in Anglican Ways is a seminar designed to give Anglicans an understanding of the breadth of their faith and the varied forms of prayer that underpin it.  You'll...

  1. Discover the unique nature of your own spirituality
  2. Come to a better understanding of the kinds of prayer that suit you best
  3. Experience a range of methods that will help you spend time with God
  4. Learn about different ways of being Anglican around the globe
  5. Make decisions about your own patterns of prayer towards a future of faith growth

The Seminar is free; just bring a pen, your bible and a desire to learn about your faith.  Oh, bring your lunch as well. Morning tea will be provided.

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Faith360: Praying in Anglican Ways is a module of The 360 Project.  More information about it is on pages at this website!  Navigate the using the link above...

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BIBLE360: Introduction to the Bible - Samford
Sep
3
9:00am 9:00am

BIBLE360: Introduction to the Bible - Samford

BIBLE360: Introduction to the Prophets

A one-day introduction to the biblical prophets for people of all ages and backgrounds

This seminar offers an opportunity to explore the role of an often-misunderstood group in the Bible: the prophets. Here you will:

  • Examine the current usage of the word, prophet
  • Compare this with Biblical usage to explore how this role might have changed
  • Look at the themes that characterise the words of the prophets
  • Explore whether Jesus might have seen himself following that same line
  • Ponder your own prophetic role in your community
  • Look at resources to enable more learning
Eventbrite - BIBLE360: Introduction to the Bible
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360 Project New Modules Orientation
Aug
27
1:00pm 1:00pm

360 Project New Modules Orientation

Come and hear about the two new modules in the 360 Project, with behind-the-scenes information for potential leaders.  We'll cover how to run them, and how to use the presenter's notes that come with them.  We'll try some of the activities to give you hands-on experience too.

Interested in running the modules?  Come and find out how!

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Feb
13
9:30am 9:30am

Luke : A Hitchhiker's Guide seminar

Like to get a head's up on what is in store through the lectionary in 2016?

St Mark's at Buderim is hosting Luke: A Hitchhiker's Guide, a one day seminar on Saturday 13 February 2016 with the Revd Dr Alan Cadwallader. It's a 9.30am to 4.30pm affair.

Here's the blurb from the parish: On an amble on a familiar track, two bods have a chat about Jesus, finishing the day with a hearty meal. In brief, this captures the essence of the gospel for the coming liturgical year. No wonder the ancient picture for Luke’s Gospel was simply a person — Luke is one of the most human texts of the church, celebrating friendship, food and travel. For the “Lonely Planet” guide to Luke’s Gospel — where to eat, where to go and who to go with — come along to the day of exploration at St Mark’s on Saturday February 13th. Alan Cadwallader will be joining us again. Bring food, bring a map, bring a friend!

Tickets cost $50.00 / $40.00 and are available at www.trybooking.com/JPKF  or through the Parish Office (5445 2060) or you can download a form here. Morning and afternoon tea will be provided – BYO lunch.

The Rev’d Dr Alan Cadwallader teaches New Testament at the Australian Catholic University in Canberra. He writes and speaks regularly on issues of social justice, spirituality and Christian belief. He is married and finds frequent delight and new ideas in the surprises four growing children bring to family life.
He is the author of many articles on topics as diverse as, Atheism as a Christian Responsibility, and When a Woman is a Dog: Ancient and Modern Ethology meet the Syrophoenician Women. He is the author of Jesus in Paul, published by St Paul’s Publishing.

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Jun
6
9:00am 9:00am

Special Trial - BIBLE360 - Introduction to the Prphets

Following on from the highly successful BIBLE360: Introduction to the Bible seminar, Introduction to the Prophets will look more closely at:

  • What prophets are and are not
  • The role of prophets in scripture
  • Jesus as a prophet
  • Where that leaves 21st century Anglicans like you and me

Our facilitator for the day will be Dr Anthony Rees, expert in Old Testament.

Anthony is presently a research fellow with the Centre for Public and Contextual Theology at Charles Sturt University. He has taught within the CSU School of Theology, both at UTC, and at St Francis College in Brisbane, where he is currently situated. In 2013, he was lecturer in Old Testament/Biblical Studies at Pacific Theological College in Suva, Fiji.

  • Bring a bible and a pen and that's all you need for a day of laughter and learning.
  • Morning tea will will be provided but please bring your own lunch.

This day is a trial of the program, so your feedback will be collected along the way.  You'll be shaping the final version to be used throughout the diocese and the Anglican Communion!

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May
30
9:00am 9:00am

Small Groups Leader & Participant Training - Maryborough & Surrounds

  • St Paul's Anglican Church, Maryborough (map)
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A practical workshop on the purpose and process of Small Group Bible Studies for experienced and new leaders alike.

This all-day workshop (9.00am-4.30pm) helps equip current and new Small Group leaders with the practical skills and knowledge needed to facilitate a successful Small Group Bible Study. It is interactive in approach and covers the following areas:

  • Why Small Groups?
  • The Five Key Purposes of Small Groups
  • Understanding the Shape of Your Existing or New Group
  • The Five Key Process Areas of Small Group Facilitation
  • Evaluating and Improving Your Facilitation Skills
  • Improving Listening and Questioning Skills
  • Further Resources

Participants are encouraged to actively engage and apply key concepts to their local setting. Whilst the workshop focuses on Small Groups themselves, some approaches to growing a parish Small Group ministry is also covered.

Led by Jonathan Sargeant, this day will be practical and heaps of fun.

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Jan
31
9:30am 9:30am

Letting Mark Live! ... a seminar on the Gospel of Mark Year B

A seminar with The Rev’d Dr Alan Cadwallader

The Gospel according to Mark has always puzzled careful readers. It seems to focus on keeping Jesus’ works and miracles secret, on Jesus’ failure to convince his opponents, and on the weaknesses of his disciples.
The Revised Common Lectionary uses the Gospel According to Mark as the basis for the Sunday Gospel readings in year B. As an opportunity for preachers and laity alike this seminar will provide excellent preparation for the year ahead.

Mark’s Gospel is a gospel meant to be performed, with all the excitement and dangers that accompany the enfleshing of a text. The Gospel has for too long been shackled into sacred precincts when it originally was designed to be “out there” – in more ways than one. From sound-mapping to a recognition of the limits of the text, Mark’s gospel can be a means of restoring the viscosity and embodiment of, in and beyond the text!

The Rev’d Dr Alan Cadwallader teaches New Testament at the Australian Catholic University in Canberra. He writes and speaks regularly on issues of social justice, spirituality and Christian belief. He is married and finds frequent delight and new ideas in the surprises four growing children bring to family life.

He is the author of many articles on topics as diverse as, Atheism as a Christian Responsibility, and When a Woman is a Dog: Ancient and Modern Ethology.

Saturday 31 January 2015
9.30am - 4.30pm
Morning & Afternoon Tea Provided
BYO Lunch

St Mark’s Anglican Church
7-17 Main Street, Buderim
(opposite Buderim Mountain School)

Cost: $40.00 waged
$25.00 unwaged

Tickets are available from: www.trybooking.com/GKFT

Or download a flyer with a mail-in slip by clicking here...

For more information, telephone the Parish Office (5445 2060)

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Nov
22
9:00am 9:00am

BIBLE360 - Introduction to the Bible - Logan

Where is it?  St Mark's Anglican Church, 41a Winnetts Rd Daisy Hill

This BIBLE360 event is a one day introduction to the Bible for people from teens to adults and all backgrounds. It offers a place to start the adventure of reading the Bible or to pick up the journey again if it has been a while.

You will get the basic information needed to read the Bible with confidence, practical tips on choosing a Bible and help to get started with a personal Bible reading plan.

Just bring a pen and your bible and you’re ready!

Registrations open!

Oh, and morning and arvo tea will be provided but please BYO your lunch. There are places to purchase it nearby.

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Oct
25
1:00pm 1:00pm

Pilgrim Launch and Orientation

Mark the 25th of October in diaries now. That afternoon will be the date of the launch of the Pilgrim course in the diocese. Bishop Cameron Venables will do the launching as we embark on a great journey together. Noted in the Archbishop’s address to Synod this year, the Pilgrim course is a great resource for new or experienced Christians in small groups. The course, created by The Church of England, has flexibility and is easy to run; there are leader’s and participant books, weekly video clips and liturgical resources for every session. It’s middle of the road theologically; any parish could use it!

 Come along to find out more about the program, check out the books and other resources and receive some initial training for the small group work. UK theologian, Paula Gooder, one of the authors of the program will stop by via some specially shot videos!

The Details

1-4 pm 25th of October

Lecturer Room 1

St Francis Theological College

Cost: nil

Who is it for? Anyone who wants to know more about Pilgrim: a Course for the Christian Journey.  You might be a prospective leader of the program in your parish, or just want to know more about how it works. You might be thinking about starting some new groups and looking for material, or maybe you've been running a group for a long time.  You're all welcome!

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Oct
18
9:00am 9:00am

BIBLE360 - Introduction to the Bible - St Barnabas Church, Sunnybank

This BIBLE360 event is a one day introduction to the Bible for people from teens to adults and all backgrounds. It offers a place to start the adventure of reading the Bible or to pick up the journey again if it has been a while.

You will get the basic information needed to read the Bible with confidence, practical tips on choosing a Bible and help to get started with a personal Bible reading plan.

Just bring a pen and your bible and you’re ready!

Registrations open!

Oh, and morning and arvo tea will be provided but please BYO your lunch. There are places to purchase it nearby.

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Sep
13
to Sep 14

BIBLE360 - Introduction to the Bible - St Pauls Anglican Church Ashgrove

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This BIBLE360 event is a one day introduction to the Bible for people from teens to adults and all backgrounds. It offers a place to start the adventure of reading the Bible or to pick up the journey again if it has been a while.

You will get the basic information needed to read the Bible with confidence, practical tips on choosing a Bible and help to get started with a personal Bible reading plan.

Just bring a pen and your bible and you’re ready!

Registrations open!

Oh, and morning tea,  arvo tea and a hamburger lunch will be provided. How good is that!

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Sep
5
to Sep 6

BIBLE360: Introduction to the Bible - Cathedral Precinct

This BIBLE360 Seminar is a half day introduction to the Bible for people of all  backgrounds.

This seminar offers a place to ask  questions you've always wanted
to ask, in a safe atmosphere.  Or maybe to start the adventure of reading the Bible or to pick up the journey again if it has been a while.  Whichever, this is the place. The morning will be interactive and fun in approach, and includes:

• An opportunity to engage with others
• An understanding of the history of the Bible
• A brief overview of the Old Testament and New Testament
• The opportunity to ask every kind of question
• Practical tips on choosing a Bible and other resources
• Help to get started with a personal Bible reading plan, if that's what you're after.

Sound good?  Then sign up!

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