Rooted in Gods Earth: Trees in Scripture

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A new drop-in Bible study series on Zoom every Monday, focusing on trees in the Hebrew Bible and the New Testament.

  • When

    Every Monday 6.30pm-7.30pm from 24 June – 9 December

  • Where

    Join via Zoom link

  • Everyone is welcome to join Revd Lucy Winkett and Revd Dr Ayla Lepine for a new weekly drop-in Bible study series, focusing on trees in the Hebrew Bible and the New Testament.

    This is part of the ‘Imagine the World to be Different’ Chelsea Flower Show-inspired series of events at St James’s, titled ‘Conversations Under Trees’. The weekly Bible conversations will focus on a wide range of scripture, including Tree of Knowledge in Eden, trees in the Psalms, Jesus’ parables about trees, and trees in Revelation.

    This is a series, but it is not a course. Anyone can join at any time, each session can stand alone, and participants can come to as few or as many sessions as they wish. It’s an opportunity for newcomers as well as long-standing members of the congregation to get to know one another and to support each other to grow in faith and in biblical and theological understanding, aware that the ‘Gospel of our lives’ is a profound and vital place to start.

    If you’d like further details or have any questions, email Ayla: associaterector@sjp.org.uk

    The image of a Magnolia tree inside St James’s Piccadilly is by Luke Adam Hawker, produced specially for the ‘Imagine the World to be Different’ Cheslea project. More information here >