We provide the opportunity for people to meet together to study the Bible and explore the Christian faith. Particular emphasis is placed on meeting together in Advent, before Christmas and during Lent as we look forward to Easter. There will be a number of groups meeting during these times. We find that some people like to meet on a regular basis throughout the year and therefore currently there are two groups meeting in the Upper Wylye Valley Team to which all people of faith and none are warmly welcome.
Tuesday evening weekly from 6:00pm to 7:00pm Willow Brook Barn, Codford
The Tuesday house group provides an opportunity to explore the Christian message and its meaning through bible reading, prayer, discussion as well as sharing relevant ideas and experiences. It operates as a safe environment based on fellowship and companionship where all are welcome regardless of where they are on their faith journey. The group is currently using the Church of England ‘Pilgrim’ series of study courses which has so far covered the topics of the Lord’s Prayer, the Creeds and the Beatitudes. In addition to the regular meetings, the membership seeks to be an active part of the work of the Benefice, for example as part of a network helping those in need. The house group is open to anybody across the Benefice and it is hoped that in due course, it might lead to the creation of new house groups
Wednesday Evening (fortnightly) from 6.00pm at Heytesbury at the home of Roger and Diana Hammond
As with all our home groups people come from across the Upper Wylye Valley Team for discussion and bible study together. Currently, the group is following the York Course entitled “Expecting Jesus”..
Further details can be obtained from Roger & Diana Hammond on 01985 841185 or email email@example.com
Thursday Evening weekly from 6.30 - 8.00 at the Little Orchard, Chitterne Road, Codford
Those attending come from across the Team and meet up in Codford. The group initially grew out of the Lent group because a few of the group wanted to carry on meeting on a weekly basis. Others intend to join us in Advent when we start something new leading up to Christmas. People are always welcome to drop in to try us out; we are very friendly. We are currently reading and discussing Tom Wrights' recently published book "The day the revolution began" which is inviting us to consider the full meaning of the event at the heart of the Christian faith - Jesus' crucifixion. Please contact Vincie for further details 01985 850239