Meets regularly every 1st and 3rd Sundays of each month at 8:00 pm.
A free-wheeling discussion group exploring questions of faith, science, scripture and more. Uses materials produced by "Living the Questions". Drinks and nibbles served.
Location: the Vicarage, 89 Westcombe Park Road SE3 7RZ
Contact Tim if you'd like to come.
At St George's we are serious about growing our spiritual lives together. In addition to worship services, we offer opportunities for learning throughout the year. The current offerings are listed below. These study groups are open to everyone in the community. Like to know more? Join us! Contact the Revd Tim Yeager for further information: firstname.lastname@example.org or call 020 3633 5494.
The Book of Judith
A study series at St George's Church during Lent. There will be four sessions. Each session begins with two 10-minute videos featuring Dr. Lisa Wolfe, a noted American theologian, followed by discussion and sharing of study materials. Come and learn about Judith, a frequently misunderstood woman of the Bible. The Book of Judith is part of the Apochrypha, which was written between the times of the Old and New Testaments.
Dates and Times:
Mondays at 7:30 pm at the Vicarage (89 Westcombe Park Road)
March 11th - April 1st
Wednesdays at 1:30 pm at St George's Church, following the Soup Lunch Fellowship.
March 13th - April 3rd
Contact Rev Tim Yeager to register for the course at: email@example.com or call: 020 3633 5494.
Serving Westcombe Park in East Greenwich, SE3 7SD
The Galilee Course
A fresh look at Christianity for inquiring minds
Designed by Rev Tim Yeager, the course will meet on Thursday nights beginning on the 14th of February, at St George’s Church on Glenluce Road. The format begins with a simple meal at 7:30, followed by a talk with a slide show or video on a key topic, and then discussion in small groups, ending by 9:30 pm. There will be eight sessions, with the final one on the 4th of April.
Participants are encouraged to attend all the sessions, but you are also welcome to attend any one or more of them. The course is free and open to the public. It is designed as an introduction to Christianity for the curious, but seeks to offer new insights for more experienced Christians as well.
The Galilee Course offers perspectives from leading progressive theologians, and invites a free-wheeling exploration from participants in a friendly and welcoming environment. You are invited to “open your hearts, without closing your minds”. Contact Rev Tim Yeager to register for the course at: firstname.lastname@example.org or call: 020 3633 5494.