The Mystery Traveller
As you quietly reflect on the painting…
- Say sorry to God for the things you’ve done wrong;
- Thank Jesus for dying for you
- Thank God for forgiving you
Use your own words to pray to God for our world and the church at this time.
Now read the story for yourself in Luke 24:13-35 – in your own Bible or click here
Questions to Discuss (now & during the week)
- How are you finding Sundays Online – what’s good or bad?
- If you had been on the Road to Emmaus, how do you think you would have felt?
- When in your life do you feel most aware of God?
- Are there any times when you’ve realised God was somewhere you didn’t expect?
- Have you found any good ways to help your faith grow recently?
If you’d like to keep in touch, need some practical help, a prayer, or would like to chat about faith… then just let us know via our Contact Page
We’d love to hear from you.
Now join us in our Sunday Morning Chat on Facebook (starting at 11.20am). Click here * Chat about it with your Growth Group too – using whatever communication means you choose. If you’re not part of a group and would like to be, then let us know at the church office here.
* If you can’t get access to the Facebook Group, let us know and we can help set you up for next time. You may need to request it by going to our facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/whitfieldparish and clicking the Visit Group button at the top right of the page.
During the week, you could try some of these…
- For Everyone:
- For Families:
- For Everyone:
- The Gallery: Try being creative! Make a picture, take a photo or video, write a poem or a piece of music on this week’s theme. Then send it to us. Have a look at it here
- Start doing daily Bible readings. One way is to use the YouVersion Bible App – which includes series of daily readings.
- Try Lectio 365 – daily reflections produced by 24-7 Prayer.
- Try starting the challenge of the ‘A Bible in One Year’ – a whole year of studies through the Bible provided by HTB – makers of the Alpha Course. Find it here – or use it via the Bible App or you can find it’s own app on Google Play or the Apple App Store.