Pilgrim Course 2016
The Lord’s Prayer
Six Thursday evenings in St. Nicholas Church, Guisborough 7-9pm
7th April, 14th April, 21st April, 28th April, 5th May, 12th May
Cost of course is £6 (to cover cost of materials) payable in advance please
Session 1 Our Father in Heaven
Session 2 Your Kingdom Come
Session 3 Give us this Day
Session 4 Forgive us Our Sins
Session 5 Lead us not into Temptation
Session 6 For the Kingdom, the Power, and the Glory
Please sign up for this course using the sheet located at the back of church. Why not bring a friend? All are very welcome to attend Any questions please ask
This follows on from our very much enjoyed Pilgrim 1 course held at the end of 2015.
Here is one response written by a participant.
“Towards the end of 2015, I embarked on Pilgrim: A Course for the Christian Journey. It was held in the church and over 40 of us were split into small groups to discuss passages from the Bible. There was no fixed agenda other than one passage to be read by a variety of voices; the discussions, or rather, conversations we had went wherever the group members took them. We shared laughs (many!), tears (a few) and examples of how our faith had sustained some of us through hard times. It was enlightening and inspiring to read the Bible passages and then learn, through discussion, how differently others interpreted the same words. When I started the course, I hadn’t known many of the other people; after 6 weeks, I felt I had met fellow Christians whose company I enjoyed and could call friends. We have a wide congregation and we all have something to offer one another. I feel that just meeting our fellow Christians before, during, or after Sunday services doesn’t always give us the opportunity to share our beliefs and experiences of God in our lives, which can help our Faith to grow. This is where the Pilgrim course came into its own for me. I cannot recommend undertaking this course highly enough. It strengthened my faith and made me eager to learn more. It made me feel, for the first time ever, truly part of a congregation united in their love and faith.”