WMC: March 2017
We had the pleasure of Keith's company in March!
He offered to be 'grilled' so we kindly obliged!
It was great to have the opportunity to ask his opinion on all manner of subjects including atheism, other religions, the Bible, how he came to faith in Jesus, which he thinks is the most powerful Bible story, where the 'method' in Methodism came from, times of personal doubt and questioning. Thank you Keith for your honesty.
Our next get-together will be at 7:15 pm on Sunday 14th May at Chris and Charlotte's, when we look forward to welcoming Rev Katherine Pickering from Didcot.
If you are at secondary school and would like to come along and join us for a faith- based discussion group we'd love to see you!
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