No Friday Night Meeting (The Cross – The Big Picture)

home_advertNo Meeting this week

There will be no Friday Night Fellowship Meeting on Good Friday  (14 April).

Session 7 of the Big Picture would have taken place on this evening.

Instead of meeting together, this week we invite those who have been attending the sessions for the Big Picture Course to reflect on the theme at home, using the 15 minute DVD, and the book for the course.

We will continue the course on Friday 21 April with Session 8 (New Life).

For more see http://www.houseoftheopendoor.org/calendar/bigpicture

The Incarnation – The Big Picture

home_advertSession 6 this evening covers “The Incarnation”, as part of the Big Picture.

Over 12 evenings during March, April and May 2017 we will be running the Big Picture Bible course as part of our Friday Night Fellowship Meetings.

The evenings will start with a short time of praise and worship at 8pm, watching the 15 minute DVD, followed by discussion in small groups with general feedback at the end.  The evening will finish with drinks 9.30pm.

For more see http://www.houseoftheopendoor.org/calendar/bigpicture

The People – The Big Picture

home_advertSession 5 this evening covers “The People”, as part of the Big Picture.

Over 12 evenings during March, April and May 2017 we will be running the Big Picture Bible course as part of our Friday Night Fellowship Meetings.

The evenings will start with a short time of praise and worship at 8pm, watching the 15 minute DVD, followed by discussion in small groups with general feedback at the end.  The evening will finish with drinks 9.30pm.

For more see http://www.houseoftheopendoor.org/calendar/bigpicture

The Fall – The Big Picture

home_advertSession 4 this evening covers “The Fall”, as part of the Big Picture.

Over 12 evenings during March, April and May 2017 we will be running the Big Picture Bible course as part of our Friday Night Fellowship Meetings.

The evenings will start with a short time of praise and worship at 8pm, watching the 15 minute DVD, followed by discussion in small groups with general feedback at the end.  The evening will finish with drinks 9.30pm.

For more see http://www.houseoftheopendoor.org/calendar/bigpicture

Creation – The Big Picture

home_advertSession 3 this evening covers “Creation”, as part of the Big Picture.

Over 12 evenings during March, April and May 2017 we will be running the Big Picture Bible course as part of our Friday Night Fellowship Meetings.

The evenings will start with a short time of praise and worship at 8pm, watching the 15 minute DVD, followed by discussion in small groups with general feedback at the end.  The evening will finish with drinks 9.30pm.

For more see http://www.houseoftheopendoor.org/calendar/bigpicture

God – The Big Picture

home_advertSession 2 this evening covers “God”, as part of the Big Picture.

Over 12 evenings during March, April and May 2017 we will be running the Big Picture Bible course as part of our Friday Night Fellowship Meetings.

The evenings will start with a short time of praise and worship at 8pm, watching the 15 minute DVD, followed by discussion in small groups with general feedback at the end.  The evening will finish with drinks 9.30pm.

For more see http://www.houseoftheopendoor.org/calendar/bigpicture

The Plan – The Big Picture

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Session 1 this evening covers “The Plan”, as part of the Big Picture.

Over 12 evenings during March, April and May 2017 we will be running the Big Picture Bible course as part of our Friday Night Fellowship Meetings.

The evenings will start with a short time of praise and worship at 8pm, watching the 15 minute DVD, followed by discussion in small groups with general feedback at the end.  The evening will finish with drinks 9.30pm.

For more see http://www.houseoftheopendoor.org/calendar/bigpicture

 

Feb First Friday: Rev David Cook: “Discipleship – the Road to Maturity”

Revd David Cook, previously vicar of Chipping Campden, will be speaking at our Friday Night Fellowship Meeting for February.  

David will speak on the theme “Discipleship – the Road to Maturity”

Join us as we seek the Lord together – All welcome

See the Diary for Friday night speakers on other dates

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Having spent almost the first four years of his life in a Prisoner of War camp in Japan, David was brought up in the Far East and the U.K.

After reading History and Theology at Oxford, he ministered in a housing estate in Chatham, followed by 18 years in South Africa, both in youth work and then in a large multiracial parish in Cape Town.  Returning to England, he was Team Rector at Newbury and then Vicar of Chipping Camden.  

David now lives with his wife in Bourton-on-the-Water.  The have four adult children and two grandchildren.

“Experiences from the Desert” led by Andrew Swinford – Friday night fellowship meeting

 

Our Third Friday night speaker for November is Andy Swinford.  Andy will speak on the theme “Experiences from the Desert”

All welcome.
_______________________andySwinford

Andy Swinford lives in Birmingham where until his recent retirement he taught at King Edward VI Camp Hill School for Girls. He is an elder in his church, Pavilion Christian Community.

He has a particular interest in the writings of C S Lewis and has spoken about them at Hod before; he has also done presentations on the author’s work for churches in Birmingham.

He has contributed essays to the Zondervan book ‘The Christian Tradition in English Literature’ and has an MA in the poetry of Gerard Manley Hopkins SJ.

 

“C S Lewis: Encounters with Aslan” led by Andy Swinford – Friday night fellowship meeting

Our Fourth Friday night speaker for January is Andy Swinford.  Andy will speak on the theme C S Lewis: ‘Encounters with Aslan’

All welcome.
_______________________andySwinford

Andy Swinford lives in Birmingham where he teaches at King Edward VI Camp Hill School for Girls. He is an elder in his church, Pavilion Christian Community.

He has a particular interest in the writings of C S Lewis and has done presentations on the author’s work for churches in Birmingham.

He has contributed essays to the Zondervan book ‘The Christian Tradition in English Literature’ and has an MA in the poetry of Gerard Manley Hopkins SJ.

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