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Small Group Special: 26th March

St John's, Levens | St Peter's, Heversham | St Thomas', Milnthorpe

Lent Group: Friday 27th March

The  Lent course looking at the Beatitudes from Matthew 5 will resume on Friday afternoon at 2pm.

This will be a virtual Bible study over the internet using Zoom. We should be able to see each other and to discuss for 30-40 minutes using computer cameras and microphones, while we sit in the comfort of our living rooms.

The study can be downloaded using these links:

To join the study, click on the blue button below, just before 2pm on Friday.

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Special offer

Free online Lent Course - expires Friday 5pm

Worth £149.99
'Simply Jesus' Course for FREE

Thy Kingdom Come is encouraging us to find ways to think and pray through the story of Jesus during Lemt. This course, Simply Jesus, based on Tom Wright’s book is designed to help us do just that. It is an online bible study that can be done individually or as a small group study (virtually).

Individual Christians will be greatly encouraged through the course, but there are also questions that would allow people to chat to one another about what they are learning. During these days, this kind of learning can be done virtually via emails with one another or through video chats.

You may enroll in this course for no charge until Friday 27th March 5.00 pm. The window to enroll cannot be extended so please make sure you enroll while you are still able to. This gift has been given for free (normally charged at £149.99!) by Prof. N.T. Wright and N.T. Wright Online.

Families at Prayer
Growing in Faith Together

Thy Kingdom Come also offers these five simple ideas for families to weave in prayer and Bible readings throughout these days of home schooling. 

  1. Keep a regular routine of prayer. Good times to pray together are those times you do something regularly, eating together, going to bed or washing your hands! Or light a candle and pray the same family prayer at the same time every day.
  2. Read a Bible story at bedtime or watch one online with them during the day.
  3. With the ongoing situation, it can be difficult adjusting to not seeing family and friends in person, however, you can still pray for them together daily. Write them a letter or send them a picture saying that you are thinking and praying for them?
  4. Choose one of these Bright Prayer Ideas for families at home.
  5. Listen to a podcast together, such as the Family Prayer Adventure.

Part of the Kent Estuary Mission Community
Parishes of Levens, Heversham and Milnthorpe
Revd Bryan Kerr
(015395) 61448