Bible Study / Home Group

“The Bible is the record of God's self -revelation, supremely in Jesus Christ, and is a means through which he still reveals himself, by the Holy Spirit” (taken from the Methodist catechism). We should be familiar with the Bible and immerse ourselves in it, it is not enough to hear just a few verses read to us on a Sunday morning. The Psalmist David describes God’s word as “a lamp to my feet and a light for my path” (Psalm 119:115). By studying the Bible as part of a group on a regular basis enables us to grow and mature as individuals experiencing the revelation of Jesus Christ in our lives and ensures that we become an integral and useful part of the Christian community.

Bible study groups are accessible to all, comprised of people from many backgrounds, some with little or no knowledge of the Bible and some with many years -all can learn from each other. Typically, we meet in a home once a week and will focus on a particular section of the Bible, we also worship God and pray for each other. Everyone is very welcome. Check to see the group that meets nearest to you.

http://www.methodist.org.uk/deepening-discipleship/small-groups

Church Details
Bembridge

Group Bible Studies Tuesday evening and Thursday afternoon.

Friday 7am Men's prayer meeting.

Evening Housegroup Reminder. 7.30pm every Tuesday evening at Andrea and Jeremy Bloxham’s home. All welcome for hopefully an insightful and enjoyable bible study and fellowship.

Brading

Monthly meal and bible discussion group for young adults. Contact Jane on 01983 407201 for more information.

Brighstone

A number of us meet in each other's homes on alternate Wednesay afternoons for a time of Bible study and discussion, followed by a cup of tea. Our purpose is to "build each other up" in faith, drawing on our own varied life-experiences and spiritual insights. You would be very welcome to join us.

We start at 2.30 pm and usually finish about 4.30 pm. We are currently thinking about what we believe as Christians, and why:

November 14th: Did God abandon Jesus on the cross ?

November 28th: Why does God allow suffering ?

For more details contact Elizabeth on 740514 or Alison on 740016.

Freshwater

Monthly Home Group held locally - focus on popular media - Bible study based on a recently released film.

Niton

Discover more about

SONGS of the First Christmas

Tuesdays, 4th, 11th, & 18th December, 2:30-4:30pm, Niton Methodist Church

repeated on

Wednesdays, 5th, 12th, & 19th December, 7:30-9:30pm, Niton Parish Church

Churches in Niton Working Together

Ryde
  • Monday at 3pm Westfield Park Fellowship
  • Tuesday 7.30 pm Nomads House Group (telephone 883911)
  • Thursday 10.30 am Prayer Fellowship
  • Thursday 6.15 pm Bible Study in Church Quiet Room
Ventnor

Paws for Thought - an opportunity to meet friends in an informal setting on a weekly basis. This group meets at the home of Heather Dicker. Currently, this group is not meeting.

Wroxall

Our bible study group meets at the church on the 2nd Tuesday of each month at 2.30pm. The group is led by our Minister Rev Helen Milward and we are currently working our way through the book of Acts. For more information ring Anne Rendell on 855675