We bring outstanding Bible teachers from around the UK to Weston-super-Mare twice each year. Our aim is to enhance and encourage spiritual maturity among local Christians and to promote biblical teaching on current issues to the wider community.
Full details of the events are on this website along with printable fliers and publicity materials so please do book-mark us AND sign up to our E-mailing list to be kept in touch!
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DANIEL - Seeking God & Pursuing Integrity - A talk and discussion led by Rev Canon Andy Perry
What happens when life takes an unexpected turn and you end up (metaphorically) in Babylon?
How can you then both survive well and thrive?
In the second of our Bible Week Plus events for 2017, we will be exploring how the Book of Daniel equips Christ-followers to stand 'Against the Flow' in a secular, relativistic culture, and inspire us more passionately to seek God and pursue integrity.
Introducing Andy ...
Andy has ministered in the Salisbury diocese since April 1995, when he became Vicar of St Mary’s Longfleet, Poole during this time the church community has grown from about 85 to 800. They are currently in the process of preparing to establish a new church plant.
He is also a non-residentiary Canon of Salisbury Cathedral and a member of the Bishop’s Council.
For a number of years, Andy and his wife Fi co-led one of the New Wine Summer Conference weeks, which welcomes about 12,000 delegates; he also oversees the New Wine networks along the South Coast. He serves as a CPAS Patronage Trustee. Andy is a champion of the leadership inspiration of Willow Creek, he and Fi attended the GLS in Chicago in 2014.
Andy is married to Fi, an Advanced Nurse Practitioner. They have three grown up children - Ben (29), Will (27) and Olivia (25). He enjoys a wide variety of sports, is a Bath Rugby Club fan (!), takes joy in exploring the Outdoors, and reading, particularly biographies.
Surprisingly subversive - A talk and discussion led by Paul Woolley - Chief Executive of Bible Society
The world’s best-selling book is profoundly subversive, challenging dominant ideas about God, the world and ourselves. Paul will explore ways in which the Bible does this and the implications for people today.
Paul joined Bible Society in January 2011. He was founding Director of Theos, the public theology think tank, between 2005 and 2010. In addition to previously working as a Parliamentary Researcher and directing a political unit, he has had extensive public affairs experience. He is married to Ruth, and they have three children, Amos, Atticus, and Esther.
Bible Week Plus takes place on Wednesday 15th March 2017, 7.30pm at Christ Church, Montpelier, Weston-super-Mare, BS23 3RG. Free Entry - A collection will be taken towards costs. Refreshments will be served.
A marquee in Clarence Park, Weston-super-Mare in the summer of 1946 was the venue for the Southern Counties Convention for visiting holiday makers and local people alike...