Bible Shots | City Bible Forum

Bible Shots

Weekly Bible talks in the Sydney CBD

Due to Coronavirus our regular meetings have been replaced with a livestream that runs Wednesday Lunchtime from 1:00pm - 1:30pm.

We would love you to join us.

Do you think our community is divided and fractured? When it comes to important issues like politics, climate change, racism and inequality, part of the narrative you might often hear is that Christians care more about personal power & comfort than they care about love & justice.

Aaron from City Bible Forum’s Hobart team thinks there is more to the story. In this series, we will consider how the Bible addresses these issues. It might be that you find a more surprising, hopeful, and beautiful picture of what Christianity is, what it stands for and that it is a perspective well worth considering.

City Bible Forum hosts regular lunchtime talks to help you understand what the Bible has to say about issues relevant to your life. You’ll have the chance to hear from a wide variety of highly experienced and knowledgeable theologians on various sections of the Bible. No prior knowledge is required and people from all faiths and backgrounds are warmly welcomed. Hear a short talk, ask questions and meet others seeking to deepen their relationship with Jesus, or extend their knowledge and understanding of the Christian faith.

Please contact Lachlan Orr for further information.


Upcoming talks





Uncertain Future

July 22

Where can you find lasting peace?

Ruth 1

Lachlan Orr

July 29

How to live in uncertain times.

Ruth 2

Lachlan Orr

August 5

No Bible Shots

due to City Bible Forum staff function.

What would Jesus say to...

August 12

...the broken and shamed?

Mark 5:21-34

Sam Chan

August 19

...the broken-hearted?

Mark 5:35-43

Sam Chan

Uncertain Future

August 26

What can you hope in?

Ruth 3

Lachlan Orr

Does Christianity have a PR problem?

September 2

Whatever happened to the separation of Church and State?

Aaron Johnston

September 9

Does the Bible encourage Climate Change denial?

Aaron Johnston

September 16

Has Christianity been complicit in racism?

Aaron Johnston

September 23

Aren't Christians suppose to care for the poor?

Aaron Johnston

Recent resources

Aaron Johnstone | 23 Sep 2020
Aaron Johnstone | 16 Sep 2020
Aaron Johnstone | 9 Sep 2020