Bible Studies

Thursday Bible Studies April-June 2021

Joy in John’s Gospel & Psalms for People Under Pressure

Join Canon Peter Farley-Moore for Bible Studies online with Wakefield Cathedral this Spring.

The sessions are open to all, whether you are wanting to attend just one session or see through the whole course we would love you to join us.

Please see below for the forthcoming timetable or download our timetable sheet by clicking here. If you have any questions about the studies please do email Canon Peter by clicking here.

Series 1: Joy in John’s Gospel

22 April – 20 May 2021, 20:00 on Zoom

“Joyful” is one of Wakefield Cathedral values and what better season of the year to look at this value than Eastertide. Over 5 weeks we will consider the Sunday gospel readings from John and particularly focus on how we can be an Easter People with Alleluia as our joyful song.

22 April

John 10:1-18
“I came that they may have life, and have it abundantly.”

29 April

John 15:1-8
“I am the vine, you are the branches. Those who abide in me and I in them bear much fruit, because apart from me you can do nothing.”

6 May

John 15:9-17
“As the Father has loved me, so I have loved you;
abide in my love.”

13 May

John 17:1-26
“And this is eternal life, that they may know you, the only true God, and Jesus Christ whom you have sent.”

20 May

John 15:26 – 16:15
“When the Spirit of truth comes, he will guide you into all the truth”

Register for any of the above sessions today by clicking here.

Series 2: Psalms for People Under Pressure

27th May – 24th June 2021, 8pm on Zoom

We’ve all felt under pressure in various ways this past year and the Psalms are a great resource to help us bring that experience before God. We’ll be studying a different Psalm each week and using this book by Jonathan Aitken as a resource to help guide us.

Jonathan Aitken knows a lot about being under pressure. He was an MP for 23 years then in the mid 1990s his world fell apart during a high-profile libel case which ended in him being given an 18 month prison sentence for perjury.

On his journey through prison Jonathan became committed to a deep spiritual faith and started to study theology. On release from prison he pursued his studies at Oxford University and discovered in the psalms what he calls “deep seams of ancient wisdom for coping with the pressures of modern life”

Join us and see if you agree with him?

27 May

Psalm 130
Out of the Depths

03 June

Psalm 37
Do not Fret

10 June

Psalm 91
God's Protection

17 June

Psalm 42 & 43
Down and Depressed

24 June

Psalm 139
“Who is God?

Register for any of the above sessions today by clicking here.

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