While the earth remains, seedtime and harvest, cold and heat, summer and winter, day and night, shall not cease.
Living with the Psalms
In difficult times like these, people often turn to poetry, or music, as a way of expressing themselves. In the same way, people in the Psalms wrote poetry, and many have found consolation through these 150 different biblical poems over the years. This ancient poetry is still relevant today.
Online Bible Study
From January 2021, the Churches Together team are inviting you to join an online Bible study based on John Bell’s book, ‘Living with the Psalms’.
The study will run over six sessions on a Wednesday evening, at 7.00 pm, starting on 13 January, via Zoom. Each session will run for an hour, and include some discussion and study of a psalm.
All are welcome!
You will need to buy a book to attend this study, although this is easily available on Amazon or from a similar vendor.
If you’re interested in attending, please email Revd Angela Hannafin at email@example.com
Session 1: 13 January
What is it about Psalm 23?
Session 2: 20 January
A Vocabulary for Pain
Session 3: 27 January
Hot Gossip and Hard Places
Session 4: 3 February
Jesus and the Psalms
Session 5: 10 February
God and Nature
Session 6: 24 February
The role of Deep Praise
Please note, there is no study on Wednesday 17 February, as this is Ash Wednesday.
For he will command his angels concerning you to guard you in all your ways…