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Bible Shots on break

4th/5th & 11th/12th October

Bible Shots is not on this week.

We are taking a two week break over the end of September and start of October.

Bible Shots will recommence on the 18th & 19th of October

If you've missed some of the talks and would like to catch up, they can be downloaded from the City Bible Forum library. Just type "Bible Shots" into the 'activity' category of the Library search. They are also available as a podcast via iTunes.

Ministry Centre: 

Christianity Explored After Work 5:30-6:30

Christianity Explored After Work 5:30-6:30
Wednesday October 17th, 5.30pm to 6.30pm
Christianity Explored

Christianity Explored is a short course run once a week for several weeks and takes a look at the biography of Jesus recorded by Mark, one of his earliest followers.

A friendly small group environment that aims to take some time out and discuss the claims of the Jesus of history.

Audience: 
Ministry Centre: 

Christianity Explored Lunch 12:10-12:55

Christianity Explored Lunch 12:10-12:55
Wednesday October 17th, 12.10pm to 12.55pm
Christianity Explored

Christianity Explored is a short course run once a week for several weeks and takes a look at the biography of Jesus recorded by Mark, one of his earliest followers.

A friendly small group environment that aims to take some time out and discuss the claims of the Jesus of history.

Audience: 
Ministry Centre: 

Headstart: #2 RELEASED

RELEASED: from Self Preservation

Shernese is married to David, is a regular at Headstart, works at “Which New Bank”.. and sits over at L18 the executive floor along with the CFO and CEO. She loves everything to do with Marketing, great Malaysian Roti Bakar and …. DURIAN!! Check out what she took away from our series on RELEASED – from Self Preservation below.

Ministry Centre: 

Is there a future for humanity?

Never has the view of humans made in the image of God been more necessary and more timely

The 20th century started by hailing the triumph of humanism, but ended with the recognition that ‘post-Auschwitz, post-Hiroshima and pre-Singularity’ humanity faces unprecedented challenges that call humanity itself into question. Never has the view of humans made in the image of God been more necessary and more timely.

Os Guinness is a well-regarded author and social critic. He is regularly invited to offer a Christian's perspective on social and political trends. He has a keen interest in the relevance of Christian thought in the public square.