Reading the Bible Together 2020 – 2022

‘Your Word is a lamp to my feet and a light for my path’
Psalms 199:105

Child reading the Bible

Getting to know our Lord Jesus better in the Bible is the most exciting adventure of all.

The church family is going doing a Bible read-through. We started in January 2020 and aim to finish at the end of 2022.

There will be monthly live sessions to review it. See the church calendar for more details.

Reading the Bible together in this way will allow us to all read the whole Bible over three years. It might feel like a lot but it’s actually only one chapter a day!

To help us learn and grow together:

  • We’re setting up a little WhatsApp group to share thoughts.
  • Read your Bibles alone, with your family or friends, as a couple. Listen to podcasts and audio versions.
  • Pray, the Holy Spirit promises to open our eyes and encourage us.

Most of all, if you get behind don’t be discouraged! Just pick up your Bible and carry on. It will always be there to guide you!

The Bible was originally written in Hebrew and Greek, and has been translated over the years. There are lots of different translations to choose from. At St Mark’s we are using the New International Version (NIV). There are also apps, we recommend the YouVersion.

If you are totally new to Christianity and the Bible, you’re very welcome to join the Bible Read Through, we don’t assume any prior knowledge. We also run courses such as Life Explored, which will help if you’re new to Christianity. If Life Explored isn’t running, get in touch with the office (email) and we will arrange one-to-one meet ups. Everyone is welcome to the Community Café, Hiraeth and Sunday Services, our prayer is that you find your living Saviour, Jesus Christ, through the Bible.

Download your copy of the study questions and calendar. Covers the whole three years, paper copies available at St Mark’s!

Study Questions and Calendar

Ask and it will be given to you; search, and you will find; knock, and the door will be opened for you. Matthew 7:7