In addition to our long-standing teaching and training programmes, we are offering an increasing number of activities online – open to all with means of access. All this has essentially been made feasible through a general acceptance and growing familiarity with online conferencing. We offer:
- two weekly Online Bible Classes
- a Sunday Morning Message (for as long as movements are restricted)
- a weekly Friday Evening Quiz to provide some light-hearted, educational entertainment
- bi-monthly Saturday Evening Lectures Online on a variety of subjects. See here.
Our weekly Online Bible Classes
Our Online Bible Classes are open to anyone who wants to be a part of a live, online class, and who has access to a computer or similar object. You are free to be a part of whichever and however many classes you may choose. No enrolment or registration is necessary. Classes begin at 8 o’clock and access is generally provided up to 15 minutes before the hour. The links below will take you to the online Waiting Room from where you will be given access.
Where can I access these sessions?
Unlike our Sunday morning messages which we are continuing to host on YouTube, we’re hosting these classes on Zoom. You may want to download the Zoom client or app – you shouldn’t have to, but it would improve the experience if you did. Please find the schedule below. Clicking on the image or title should bring you to the relevant Zoom session. Thank you.
If you need help in accessing and using Zoom, please click here.
To download a full schedule of classes, please click here.
We have decided not to record live online classroom sessions so as not to impede participation and discussion. We will, however, endeavour to make available recordings of the presentations for any who wish to catch up or review the material presented in the classes. These will be available here.
Class schedule for twelve weeks from 27th September 2021
The Gospel of Matthew is a carefully crafted piece of literature. Matthew’s declaration will portray Jesus of Nazareth as Messiah in word and in deed. We shall be asking some important questions as to whether Matthew’s claims stand up to Old Testament prophecies regarding the Messiah and carefully considering the teaching of Jesus, His miraculous deeds and the significant of His death and resurrection. This last consideration is particularly important for disciples who would follow on after the resurrection.
Presenter: Jack Paton
Paul’s second letter to the believers in Corinth (or was it his fourth?) is perhaps the most personal and least doctrinal of Paul’s letters, telling us more about Paul as a person and servant of the gospel than any other letter. Here Paul expresses the love and affection he held for his brothers and sisters in Corinth, but also his despair and frustration at their continuing problems. Be prepared for a roller coaster ride of emotions as we look into Paul’s other letter to the saints in Corinth.
Presenter: John Griffiths
Some light-hearted, educational, entertainment!
This really is for everyone – nothing too testing (promise!).
You might want to have a pen and paper handy – plus a box of choccies to award yourself if you happen to win. We’d love to present these personally, but under the present circumstances …
Presenter: Steve Whitehead