You are invited to the Christadelphian bible school which takes place for August the 5th to the 10th 2019 at TF10 8NB, UK
Newport, Shropshire, TF10 8NB.
‘The Guiding Hand of God’
The Bible School is arranged to provide a few days centred around the Word of God.
Brethren, sisters, young people and children will enjoy time together in Bible study, reflection, discussion and recreation. The aim is to strengthen our resolve to follow the Master and prepare for his return.
‘To this man will I look’
The Life and Legacy of Stephen
Bro Pete Owen – Mumbles
‘Thou art come to the kingdom for such as time as this’ Lessons from Esther
Bro Dev Ramcharan – Toronto West
God’s Goodness in the Psalms
Bro Stephen Ashton – Birmingham West
Harper Adams University, Newport, Shropshire,
Harper Adams University College is set in the heart of the Shropshire countryside. It is a quiet and attractive venue for the Bible School and we enjoy the use of many acres of landscaped grounds. It is easily accessible from the motorway network – for details of the college and location see www.harper-adams.ac.uk
Residential accommodation is in single en-suite bedrooms. Bed linen, soap, towels and all meals are provided.
The Campsite is for families and young people to bring their own caravans and tents on a self-catering basis. Meals in the dining room can be ordered in advance, or alternatively can be purchased from the college cafeteria. Sites are on level grass with showers and toilets nearby. There are water and waste disposal points, laundry facilities and limited fridge and freezer space. There is a convenience shop on the campus and supermarkets in Newport 2.5 miles away.
Non-residents from local ecclesias are welcome for the whole school. Booking is essential and there is a charge for registration and meals.
The programme includes Bible readings and studies in the mornings and evenings. In the afternoons brethren and sisters attend a class of their choice followed by free time with sport and leisure activities. On Friday there is a family evening meal
followed by a summary presentation of the week’s studies and activities. The week concludes on Saturday with a Breaking of Bread.
Children and young people have separate classes during all the adult sessions.
Supervised activities, games, sports and swimming are arranged during afternoon and evening free time.
Bible School runs from Monday afternoon to Saturday lunchtime.