It'll be for all ages and all sorts altogether every time on the Sundays and we'll have a lot of fun discovering as much truth as we possibly can. It might sometimes feel like we're just scratching the surface when we gather but there will be opportunity go deeper as we chat over lunch and as we scatter to live it out or explore further during the week.  

You can scroll down to see what's coming up and as the Sundays go by, you'll be able to click on the titles below and they'll take you to a page with: 
  • A short video sum up or blog of what we covered
  • A few questions for further discussion or study 
  • Other helpful links

JAN - APR 2019

We hope this series will really help you get to know Jesus better, whether you have a personal relationship with God through him yet or not!  The ones in bold are Sundays where we'll gather.  The ones in between will just be blogs that go up to help you meet more people who met Jesus in Mark's gospel as we go through it. :)

6th Jan - A man who couldn't walk (Mark 2:1-12)

13th Jan - John the baptiser (Mark 1:1-13)
20th Jan - Matthew the traitor (Mark 2:13-17)
27th Jan - A man with a diseased hand (Mark 3:1-6)
3rd Feb - A boy and his lunch (Mark 6:30-44)
10th Feb - A sick woman and a dead girl (Mark 5:21-43)
17th Feb - A man with demons (Mark 5:1-20)
24th Feb - A Greek woman (Mark 7:24-30)
3rd Mar - A rich man (Mark 10:17-31)
10th Mar - Peter, James and John (Mark 9:1-13)
17th Mar - A deaf man (Mark 7:31-37)
24th Mar - Bartimaeus (Mark 10:46-52)
31st Mar - Children (Mark 10:13-16) 
7th Apr - A uninvited woman (Mark 14:1-11)
14th Apr - A religious teacher (Mark 12:28-34)
21st Apr - Pilate the coward (Mark 15:1-15)

OCT - DEC 2018
As Bright Idea Church began we're explored how the Bible begins...

7th Oct - 1. In the beginning GOD (Gen 1-3)
Not everyone believes in God!  And even Christians have different ideas about what the creation story really means.  But there are 5 things that the beginning of the Bible makes very clear and these are very important to consider and respond to, even today!

4th Nov - 2. A new beginning (Gen 6-9)
The Noah story is another one that most people don't take seriously.  But sometimes taking the Bible seriously doesn't mean taking it literally.  What does the flood story teach us today about the problem of human suffering, God's heavy judgment and his loving mercy? 

2nd Dec - 3. God's family begins (Gen 12-15)
God's promises to Abraham yonks ago are amazing but what do they mean today?  And why does God ask him to cut up lots of animals and arrange them in a line on the ground?  Not very Christmassy!  Or is it?