A series of sessions for learning and discerning.

All sessions take place in the Anglican Centre on a Sunday morning 10:00-11:30. There will be coffee and croissants (or equivalent) as well as discussion and learning.
Sessions require registration by the Friday before to allow materials to be prepared. Sign up by mailing

We are currently looking at questions from the book “Twenty questions Jesus asked and how they speak to us today” together.

  • Sunday 3rd March – Ch. 7 What did you go into the wilderness to look at?
    – Ch. 10 What do you want me to do for you?
  • Sunday 28th April – Ch. 16 My God, My God, why have you forsaken me?
    – Ch. 17 Why are you weeping? Who are you looking for? Ch. 18 Have you believed because you have seen me?

If you did not order a book please e-mail we may have a couple of loan copies.

Previous sessions have included:

  • “Which biblical character do you most identify with?”
  • Summer Reading Discussion – what have we read from the Chaplaincy Library?
  • Anglican Liturgy and Worship
  • How do we hear God … ?
    … through prayer
    … through culture
    … in creation
    … through experience and conscience
    These sessions were based on podcasts from the LLF resource.

If you would prefer an online learning opportunity then please take up the Diocesan invitation to join their Lay learning course – Wallking together in Faith