Discussion Group

Summer Discussions

The Discussion Group has concluded its main season of studies but has opted to keep in touch over the summer.  we plan to meet on Monday 19th June, 17th July and 21st August at 7.30 pm at the home of Morag and Douglas Allan.  This will be a more relaxed format in the style of a conversation with possibly some invited guests to speak of their faith.  The main season of studies will re-start in September.  All are welcome to join us.  Further information can be obtained from Morag or Douglas Allan.


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Would you like the opportunity to explore your faith in a friendly and supportive way?

We meet on a Monday evening to discuss aspects of our faith in a small friendly group.  You don’t need to have an intimate knowledge of the Bible as the main purpose is to explore our faith from a practical point of view.  We share our views and opinions in a supportive atmosphere and  listen to what others are saying.

A typical evening comprises of reading a selected passage from the Bible and then reflecting on some questions to inform our discussions.  There aren’t always right or wrong answers and we often end up with a variety of responses to a question which reflect our personal faith experience.  Importantly, we respect other points of view even although we may not always agree!  There have been times when people have commented about a useful insight to their understanding of the Bible which influences new understanding for them.  Very importantly we always start with tea and coffee!

We meet at 7.30pm on Monday evenings and our new session starts on the 24th April in the Church Centre.  

 Please feel free to come along and sample a discussion (without commitment) to see whether this would be something you might be interested in.  Naturally we would be delighted if you chose to come back the following week but if you feel that the group is not for you then that is okay.

If you would like to talk to someone about the group, please feel free to contact the Minister or Morag and Douglas Allan.