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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 or call  020 3633 5494.

Sceptics Group

Meets regularly every two weeks on Sunday evenings at 7:00 pm on Zoom.

A free-wheeling discussion group exploring questions of faith, science, scripture and more.  Uses materials produced by "Living the Questions".  All are welcome. To join the discussion, click on this link: Sceptics Group, then enter password 776390.  Contact Tim for more information.

Yale Divinity School Continuing Education

The Center for Continuing Education at Yale Divinity School provides opportunities and resources for churches, clergy, and laity to foster the knowledge and love of God in their communities. The Center makes available the theological resources of YDS —events, lectures, programs, instructional resources, publications, and more—to enable and enrich ministry and lay learning. These resources are intended to support faith formation, religious education, and personal and professional enrichment. These are obviously not at St George's!  But we have used the free Bible Study courses and have found them enjoyable and enriching.  We recommend them!  Click on the link to explore the offerings:   YDS Continuing Education

The Gospel of John

Meets on Wednesday nights at 7:30 pm for eight (8) sessions, beginning on 29 April on Zoom.

The Gospel According to John has long been a favorite of Christian readers of scripture. The Gospel’s presentation of the life of Jesus is distinctive, the theological perspective is remarkable, and the significance of Christ is couched in a literary form that combines simplicity of expression with consummate literary artistry.

The study course uses video and discussion materials from the Yale Divinity School (USA), and features the insights of two noted theologians, Dr. Harold W. Attridge, Sterling Professor of Divinity at Yale Divinity School, and the late Rev. Dr. David L. Bartlett, Professor Emeritus of New Testament at Columbia Theological Seminary.  The group discussion is led by Rev. Tim.

To join the study group, click on this link on Wednessday nights (we start at 7:30pm) : John, then, if necessary, enter password 776390.  Contact Tim for more information. 

People without an internet connection may also listen in by telephone conference by calling 0333 2666 999, and then entering 937626#.

To download a Word version of the discussion questions, click on this link:  Discussion Questions.

To view and download all the course materials, click on this link:  Curriculum.