GIFT Groups & Bible Explored

We currently have two small groups, our GIFT Group and Bible Explored.

What is GIFT group?

GIFT stands for Growing IFaith Together and that’s exactly what our GIFT group aims to do – through studying God’s word, through prayer, through fellowship.

Our other small group began as a Christianity Explored group, and at the end of the course we decided to continue as Bible Explored. As with the GIFT group, each week we spend time together studying God’s word, as well as sharing needs for prayer and in fellowship with each other.

If you are new to small groups, it doesn’t matter which group you join … choose the group that meets at the most convenient time for you 🙂 Or contact Rev Tim for more details.

Currently in 2015 

GIFT (growing in faith together) on alternate Thursdays, 2pm at St Barnabas – see the calendar for further details.

and Bible Explored each Wednesday, 7.30pm at the Vicarage (temporary venue).

Please do make every effort to join us – your contribution makes all the difference!

(The disciples) devoted themselves to the
apostles’ teaching and to the fellowship, to the
breaking of bread and to prayer. (Acts 2:42)

Let us not give up meeting together … but let
us encourage one another. (Hebrews 10:25)

Small group study archive

You can explore our previous studies using the links below or head to our Ministry site and use the side bar panel Resources

Building on the Rock – our home grown discipleship course (2008)

In the Beginning – Genesis chapters 1-12 (2009)

Revelation – the difficult bits! (2009)

Isaiah’s prophecies – of the suffering servant (2010) INCOMPLETE

Discipleship – Living as disciples (2011)

The Psalms and the life of David (2012)

Colossians (2013)

The 10 Commandments (2014)

The Holy Spirit (2014)

Throughout 2015, Bible Explored have been reading Luke’s gospel together … there are no prepared notes – however, WordLive has also been in Luke this year … see the syllabus to read their excellent commentary 🙂


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