There will be 2 Lent courses this year, one meeting on Zoom and one in person, and all are welcome to join in.

The Journey to the Cross

This will give people an opportunity to reflect on key moments on Jesus’ journey from Galilee to Jerusalem where he would be crucified.

The studies will use passages from Matthew’s gospels to explore three topics. First, we will look at how Jesus prepares his disciples as they leave Galilee. Second, Jesus reminds his followers that forgiveness requires a response from us. Third, the parable of the tenant farmers explains how Jesus’ death fits into a sequence of historical events. 

  • Tuesday 28 February: Three messages for the disciples - Matthew 16: 21–28, 17:22–23, 20:17–19
  • Tuesday 14 March: The implication of forgiveness - Matthew 18: 21–35
  • Tuesday 28 March: The tenant farmers - Matthew 21:33–46

Meetings will be at 7.45 pm on Zoom. Notes on the studies will be provided. For further information please contact David Gill,

The Kings Speech

In this Coronation Year this Lent Course will be based on the film ‘The Kings Speech’ and a course booklet written by Hilary Brand.

This will be a daytime course starting at midday on Mondays with a bowl of soup and finishing by 2pm. There will be 6 sessions:

  • 20th February The Course will commence by watching the film.
  • 27th February Session 1
  • 6th March Session 2
  • 20th March Session 3
  • 27th March Session 4
  • 3rd April Last in the series

For more details contact Chris Yule on 01473 310992. The location will depend on numbers attending.