A traditional way to get to know more about God is to read and study the Bible.
The Methodist Church provides daily bible studies
We occasionally hold Bible Study groups, where we ask what the Bible passage under discussion meant in its original situation and what it might mean to us in today’s world.
We then bring our own experience to bear on the passage and help each other to work out what it might be saying to us today and how it might challenge or encourage us in our lives.
The Methodist Church recognizes the Bible as the inspired Word of God. It is the Gospel or good news for the world.
There are of course many different ways to interpret scripture – fortunately the Methodist Church has done a lot of thinking about this which can be found below. The report offers 7 different ways Methodists interpret the scriptures.
A lamp to my feet and a light to my path (methodist.org.uk) 1998
For details of our bible studies – see the church notices or contact us below.