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Take Home Sheets for Sunday School

Posted by Sam on September 29, 2013

There is listening. And there is really listening.

Take this for example: "Put your dirty socks in the washing basket," says your mum. So you do. At least for a day or two. Then after that, you don't. Have you listened? Yes. You heard the words your mum said. You understood them. You even did what she said. At first. But by the end of the week your dirty socks are strewn all over the floor again. Would your mum think you listened to her Continue reading…

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What does the Bible say about...

Posted by City Team on September 27, 2013

Have you ever wondered why Chrisitanity seems so complicated? There are so many different views on some of the key issues of the Christian faith! Here at St. Helen's we're committed to helping each other see what God says and to try to align our views with what God says in the Bible. 

To that end, we've put together a new page called 'What does the Bible say about...'. It's designed to pull together resources on certain key topics and a Continue reading…

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Take Home Sheets for Sunday School

Posted by Sam on September 22, 2013

Inside and outside.  In our story today Jesus was inside a house teaching.  But not everyone was inside.  Some people remained outside the house.   

In his gospel Mark uses this as a picture of who is inside and who is outside the kingdom of God.  It all turns on whether someone listens to Jesus or not.  The surprise comes when we see who was outside and why.  Find out more from the Take Home Sheets below:

Preschool

Years 1-3

Years 4-6

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What does it mean to be a gospel partner?

Posted by City Team on September 18, 2013

Most of us in the City know what being a partner is all about. We work hard in teams to achieve the aims of the projects that we are engaged in. We rejoice together when the deal is completed and we are frustrated together when things don't go to plan. But what does it mean to be a gospel partner? 

Our aptly named Partnership Bible study groups are starting up again next week and this term we'll be looking to answer that question throug Continue reading…

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ST HELEN'S TRAINING: Bible Overview, Part 1 and 2

Posted by Will on September 16, 2013

Roger Day introduces the Bible overview. Part 1&2 of 6 (subsequent parts will follow in future months).

This video is based on the training we give to our 'Overview' RML (small group) leaders. Full audio of the training weekend can be found at our media library.

Part 3 and 4, Part 5 and 6,

St Helen's Training aims to train and equip bible handlers by sharing our best training resources. We pray that many people might grow in confidenc Continue reading…

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