The Revd Paul Smith gives four talks exploring the theme “The Lamb of God.”
A weekend of Bible exposition, encouraging worship and prayer, great fellowship and wonderful hospitality. Come for the weekend or for a day.
Our meetings will be held in six different churches (five different denominations). For the first time this year we are holding a youth night to coincide with our adult meeting on the Friday evening, which will be led by youth workers from different churches. Our aim is to bring Christians of different traditions together to learn of their shared faith.
We have no charge for admission, and we take no collection during the meetings, but leave plates near the door for people to contribute freely. Our committee is from different churches around town, so we can send our invitations out from the Churches of Congleton. Our logo is the Congleton bear, but he holds a Bible!
Bible Week Venues:
Weeknight meetings 7.30pm to finish by 9.00pm
Monday 15th Wellspring Methodist Church CW12 3AP
Tuesday 16th New Life Church CW12 4EU
Wednesday 17th St. James’ C.of E. CW12 1JR
Thursday 18th Cross Street Pentecostal Church CW12 1HQ
Friday 19th United Reformed Church CW12 1HF
Friday 19th Cross Street Pentecostal Church 7s-14s meeting (01260 273635)
Sunday 21st at 6.30pm St. Peter’s C.of E. CW12 4HE (with signing for the deaf)
Dr. Krish Kandiah is an author who has been Director of Mission for Evangelical Alliance. He is Vice-President of Tearfund, and founder and director of Home for Good, a charity finding adoptive and fostering homes for vulnerable children. He has recently been appointed President of the London School of Theology.
Jonathan Lamb is an international Bible teacher. He is a director of Langham Preaching, and has twice been chairman of Keswick Ministries. He serves Keswick at present as Chief Executive Officer and Minister at Large.
Ven. Ian Bishop was born in Devizes, Wiltshire. He was a chartered surveyor before ordination in 1992. He was rector of St. Michael’s and All Angels in Middlewich before being appointed the Archdeacon of Macclesfield, which involves responsibility for a wide area of East Cheshire.
Further information, leaflets and posters are available from Rev. Keith Jarvis 01260 289373.