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New Life
22
October, 2020
New Life
New Life is our follow on course from Alpha. It is suitable for new Christians and anyone wanting to go through some basic discipleship principles. The course starts with a meal at the beginning of each session, followed by a short presentation and then small group discussion. In the groups no question is too simple or too hostile to ask!

New Life consists of nine sessions looking at topics such as How do I get to grips with prayer? How do I deal with temptation? and What is Christian baptism?  It runs on a termly basis on Thursday nights. It starts on Thursday, 8th October, 8-9.15pm, and continues until 26th November.

Please fill in this form to sign up for our next course. If you have any questions or would like further information about New Life, please visit our New Life webpage or email info@kingschuchlondon.org.


8.00pm — 9.30pm
Thursday Alpha
22
October, 2020
Thursday Alpha
Alpha is an opportunity to ask questions about faith, life and meaning in an atmosphere which is relaxed, non-threatening, low-key, friendly and fun. Each week there will be a  short presentation and then small group discussion. In the groups no question is too simple or too hostile to ask!

Alpha consists of ten sessions looking at topics such as Who is Jesus? How to have faith? Why and how to pray? and How to read the Bible?

It runs on a termly basis, starting with an introductory evening on Thursday 1st October 2020, although you can still sign up anytime over the first few weeks. 

Please complete this form to sign up for Alpha. If you have any questions or would like further information, please visit our Alpha web page or email info@kingschurchlondon.org.


8.00pm — 9.30pm
Ephesians Series
25
October, 2020
Ephesians Series

Paul’s letter to the Ephesians is sometimes called “the peak of the epistles”. It is a magnificent statement of the riches that are ours in Christ, both personally and corporately, and the implications that has for our lives as a church and as individuals. Beginning with the spiritual blessings that belong to us as believers, and concluding with the armour of God, Ephesians shows us the grace of God, the unity of the church, the love of Jesus and the filling of the Holy Spirit. Few books in Scripture contain more sources of encouragement or reasons to rejoice.

This Autumn we will be exploring this wonderful letter together. At times like these it is important to be reminded of God’s plan, God’s goodness, our inheritance and our unity in Christ, and we are trusting that God will use this letter to strengthen and enrich us in difficult circumstances. Come prepared to hear the word of God, and to respond with faith and joy. We look forward to seeing you at King’s!



Recommended Resources

Ephesians: God’s big plan for Christ’s new people by Thabiti Anyabwile. This is an easy-read study guide to take you through the book chapter by chapter. Highlighting key themes and helping you apply scripture to your life. [one chilli]

Sit, Walk, Stand by Watchman Nee,. A simple, classic exposition of Ephesians from one of the great leaders in the Chinese house church movement. [one chilli]

Ephesians by Martyn Lloyd-Jones. This collection of sermons goes through the letter a verse at a time, and is rich with insight on every page. [two chillies]

Ephesians by John Stott. For those wanting something briefer than Lloyd-Jones but more thorough than Watchman Nee, this one-volume commentary is a superb place to start. [two chillies]

Ephesians by Frank Thielman. Perhaps the best academic level commentary on the text, for those who are looking for more detailed engagement with the letter. [three chillies]


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