Meeting aim: To see how God begins to gather his people back together after the 70 years of exile.Bible passage: Nehemiah 1–2Background: After the 70 years in exile prophesied by Jeremiah, there is a new... More

Meeting aim: To see how some of God’s people were faithful to him in exile.Bible passage: Daniel 1Background: The messages God has been sending to his people through the prophets have come true. Jerusalem... More

Meeting aim: To see how God sends warning to his people to give them the chance to turn back to him – but they don’t always do so.Bible passage: Jeremiah 36 Background: The northern kingdom of Israel has... More

Meeting aim: To see how far God’s people had moved from him and to see how the consequences of that began to play out.Bible passage: 1 Kings 17:7-24Background: At the end of the reign of King Solomon,... More

Meeting aim: To hear how David made Jerusalem his capital city and discovered that – God is not just in one place at any one time - God is everywhere.Bible passage: 2 Samuel 5, 6, 7  More

Meeting aim: To encounter the story of David and Goliath and to reflect on David’s courageous actions – God is with us when we are afraid.Bible passage: 1 Samuel 17  More

Meeting aim: To understand that God helps his people when they face difficulties.Bible passage: 1 Samuel 8:1–10:8  More

Meeting aim: To explore what King Solomon thought he needed most to be a good king and how God gave him far more. God is a wise and generous God.Bible passage: 1 Kings 3Background: Several of David’s many... More

Meeting aim: To consider why God gave rules to his people and how they still help us today.Bible passage: Exodus 19-20 (Exodus 14)Background: The Israelites must have a reputation for being the grumpiest,... More

Meeting aim: To discover how God set his people freeBible passage: Exodus 11–12 (Exodus 5–10)Background: The story of the Passover is rich with symbolism and promise which we read with the benefit of thousands... More