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Faith & Fellowship

Small Group Christian Studies
Wednesdays at 7:00 with fellowship beginning at 6:45

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We're Back!

Faith & Fellowship returns on Wednesday, September 13th.

Our first 3 weeks will follow the Gospel Based Discipleship program where we explore the Gospel of the following Sunday and go deeper into the meaning of the gospel with great discussion and discovery.

On Wednesday, October 4th at 7pm, we will gather in person as able for the Blessing of the Animals, The Feast of Assisi.

On Wednesday, October 11th, we will begin the program, Becoming Church, covering the topics of Learning and Growing Together, Breaking Bread Together and Prayer, God's Power at Work, A Sense of Community, and An Outward Looking Church.

We continue to gather on Zoom. If you would like to join us, please contact stspoffice@gmail.com.

A Guiding Light

We begin our next 4 week program on Wednesday, April 11th.

If you have ever been on a package holiday, then chances are that you have been met by a representative employed by the tour company to be your guide though your stay. Someone who knows the town you are in, where the essential services and best value restaurants might be found. If you book a tour, they will introduce you to the surrounding countryside and any secret places that might hide from the casual (and guide-free) visitor. They will also (hopefully) ensure that you find your way safely from one destination to another and not lose any of the group!

Christians tend to think of guidance in terms of questions such as “What should I be doing with my life!”, “Am I in the right job?”, “Am I in the right relationship?”, “Which Church should I go to?” and no doubt many more!

This study examines the theme of guidance, looking at Scripture, and using examples of famous guides from history to inform our discussion.

We continue to gather on Zoom. If you would like to join us, please contact stspoffice@gmail.com. Let us know if you would like to join in person as we are more than happy to gather at the church along with our friends on Zoom.

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A Search for Peace

Our Lenten study is A Search for Peace and will begin on January 11 on Zoom.

If asked, most people would say that they would like a bit of peace in their lives. So, what does the Bible tell us? Peace is a word that seems easy to define on the surface, then expands as we explore it in different contexts. Dictionaries use such definitions as:

  1. Freedom from war and violence

  2. Freedom from oppressive thoughts or anxiety

  3. Harmony within personal relationships, at home or work

  4. A state of tranquillity or quiet

The term has its origins in the Latin ‘pax,’ meaning peace, compact, agreement, tranquillity, an absence of hostility, and harmony. There is an ancient connection in English as a greeting with the Hebrew word ‘shalom’ which extends its definition to ‘being complete, or whole, with a wish for good health, well-being and prosperity.' We also use it as a farewell, particularly at a funeral service, with the phrase ‘rest in peace’. 

Contact stspoffice@gmail.com if you would like to join us!

Meet the Disciples

Join us on Zoom or in-person at St. Timothy's for our current session, Meet the Disciples.

Beginning January 11th, Meet the Disciples offers a great way to get to know more about the folks who walked with Jesus, which will draw us closer to him and each other.  Whether you have never read the bible, attended a session, or are a seasoned bible study person, you will be welcome and comfortable joining in - there are no expectations.  

Contact Dawn Purcell for a copy of the program and to be added to the Zoom invite or to arrange to join in-person.

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God With Us

Join us on Zoom for our current session, God With Us.

Our Advent program begins November 16th - a little early but that gives us time to get all 4 weeks in before we are too close to Christmas Day!

Please join us any Wednesday as this Advent study looks at the story through the eyes of Matthew with familiar themes and a glimpse into the life of Joseph. We'd love to see you there!

Contact Dawn Purcell to be added to the Zoom invite.

Understanding Jesus | Joe Amaral

Join us on Zoom for our current session, Understanding Jesus.

By understanding the time and place in which Jesus was born, the background from which He drew his illustrations, and the audience He spoke to, we find details in the scriptures that we might normally miss.

Each week will include a short video followed by small group discussion. We'd love to see you there!

Contact Dawn Purcell to be added to the Zoom invite.

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