Bible Fellowship meet every Tuesday evening at the hall in Walter Street at 7.15 Due to holidays the BF this week ( 11 July 2017) has been cancelled. The next one is Tuesday 18 July 2017
The Bible Fellowship is a lively, topical discussion group that brings the Bible to life and it’s relevance to our everyday lives. The evening is open to all who want to find out more about the Christian faith and how they can grow Spiritually. Why not come and join us? everyone invited - the more the better. God bless - Billy
Typical example of a Bible fellowship
19 June 2013 There was a hushed silence as we watched some videos showing the daily life of Nick Vujicic's followed by a challenging testimony from Nick of what, against even the most formidable difficulties in our lives, can be accomplished if only we trust God. Nick has no arms or legs yet through his ministry, over 250 000 new souls have been added to the Kingdom. As he spoke the thought came to me that Jesus our Saviour was nailed hands and feet - just like Nick, all He had was His body. We are His body and as the living body of Christ in the world today, have the responsibility to take the good news of the gospel to others. We closed with a prayer of commitment asking God to fill us with His Spirit and empower and equip us to share His love with others.
We read Pauls letter to the Church at Colosse - how he encouraged them to know Gods word and live it out in their own lives. We read how, even though he was confined, trapped in the confines of prison he was a souce of encouragement to them - We read how even though limited by his prison walls he had learned to be content in any situation and that it was the living Christ within him that brought him hope and comfort.
We discussed how easy it is in todays society for folk to be always complaining about their lot - that even though they have arms and legs and are free to come and go as they please - seem to lack the enthusiasm to meet together around Gods word and encourage one another to 'live the abundant life, life in all it's fulness, that cost Jesus His life.