New Bible Study Series and Women’s Residential Weekend

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Now that Covid19 restrictions on meetings are lifted we are starting to develop our Autumn programme of teaching activities at Pilgrims Hall, beginning with a Bible Study series led by David Paul, one of our Trustees.

This will run for six Wednesday evenings from September 15th, at a total cost of £30 per person.

Dave will be focussing on the often neglected topic of what the Bible teaches us about God’s ultimate plans as we approach the end of this age, and the events which will culminate in Jesus’ triumphant return to the Earth.

Click here to download a flyer giving full details of the study series.

Please note that places are limited, so bookings will be taken on a first come first served basis. If you would like to join us, please complete and return the slip at the bottom of the flyer, or book a place by contacting the office:

Email: team@pilgrimshall.org
Telephone: 01277 372206

Residential weekend for women

Another teaching opportunity will be a residential weekend for women, from Friday evening 22nd October to Sunday 24th October. Plans for this are in progress, and details will be sent out at a later date.

Please pray for us as we consider further Bible teaching opportunities and seminars in the months ahead, as we seek God’s Word to be built up in our faith and encourage one another in these difficult times.

Every blessing,

The Team at Pilgrims Hall

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Now that Covid19 restrictions on meetings are lifted we are starting to develop our Autumn programme of teaching activities at Pilgrims Hall, beginning with a Bible Study series led by David Paul, one of our Trustees.

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