Many find our small groups a great place to develop friendships
in the Church and to grow in spiritual maturity.
Homegroups meet in various places and at various times to accommodate the needs of their members. Each is unique as the people themselves are, but all share a common agenda which will include:
FELLOWSHIP Often involving food and drink and always
getting to know each other;
CARE Our God cares through his people and in our
groups we provide an opportunity to care
for others and to be cared for;
PRAYER Our relationship with God is central to all we do, so prayer is too!
BIBLE STUDY God's Word is God's way, so as all of us are learners on the journey we study together what the
Bible means in practice for us today;
GIFTS God has gifted us and the small group is a place where we can learn to use these gifts in the
service of Jesus Christ
If you'd like to become a member of one of these groups or want more information, talk to the Pastor or contact the church office on 020 8761 0011 or email.
MEN'S GROUP - CBC4MEN
Our next meeting is on Tuesday 15 May,
7.30pm in the Family Centre room (entrance in Idmiston Road).
Our topic will be 'History of South London (Brixton)
All men are very welcome to join us
This is an 'open' book club - which means anyone can join!
We will choose one book a month; these will vary in topic and style, fiction, non-fiction and teaching but will all aim to help us develop our relationship with God.
We usually meet together on the LAST FRIDAY OF THE MONTH in one of our homes to discuss the book, encouragements and challenges!
Please read some but don't feel pressure to read all ..... life can be busy!
We would love to hear your suggestions and look forward to getting to know each other better as we meet, chat and eat cake!
Book club meets on the last Friday of each month.
Our book for March & April is 'He Chose The Nails'
by Max Lucado
So far we have read:-
January 2016: 'The Grace Outpouring', by Roy Godwin & Dave Roberts
February 2016: 'A Praying Life', by Paul E Millar
March 2016: 'The Shack', by Wm Paul Young
April 2016: 'The Vicar Of Baghdad', by Andrew white
May 2016: 'Celebration Of Discipline - The Path To Spiritual Growth', by Richard Foster
July 2016: 'The Great Divorce', by CS Lewis
September 2016: 'Seeking Allah, Finding Jesus', by Nabeel Quereshi
October 2016: 'The Book Of Forgiving', by Desmond & Mpho Tuto
November 2016: 'This Present Darkness', by Frank Peretti
December 2016: The Meaning Is In The Waiting', by Paula Gooder
January 2017: 'The Introvert Charismatic: The Gift Of Introversion In A Noisy Church', by Mark Tanner
February 2017: 'Let The Healing Begin', Jeannie Morgan
April 2017: 'God On Mute' by Pete Greig
May 2017: 'The Heavenly Man', Brother Yun
September 2017: 'Paradoxology', by Krish Kandiah
November 2017: 'Chasing the Dragon' by Jackie Pullinger
December 2017: 'In Touch With God' by Michael Green & Rosemary Green
January & February 2018: 'The Miracle in the Middle' by Charlotte Gambol
Working through grief and the loss of a loved one takes a long time.
The course is for any person who is bereaved, whether recently or dating back several years.
Based on Christian principles, the course is suitable for anyone with or without a Christian faith. Attendance is generally not advisable for those who have been bereaved within the past three months.
Next course date to follow.
coffee & cake
free & open to all
just turn up
If you're interested in finding out more about Alpha please contact us
Phone: 020 8761 0011