St. Stephen’s Small Groups

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Small groupsSt. Stephen’s has a variety of small groups that meet during the week in the daytime or evening. If you would like to join one please contact the small groups co-ordinator, Matthew Hutton, at mhutton@paston.co.uk. There are also monthly groups, and Courses such as Alpha and Freedom in Christ  and the CAP Money course are run regularly.

 

groups meeting monthly

openphotonet_prayer2Men’s Prayer Breakfast meet on the first Saturday in the month 8.00 – 10.00am in the meeting room at St. Stephen’s.“We meet for a light breakfast and fellowship, sung worship, a reflection led by one of us, and prayer for one another, St. Stephen’s and wider issues.” Contact: Mike Webb 07594 308626 email: mike@mjwebb.org.uk.

Women’s Prayer Breakfast meet on the first Saturday in the month from 8.00 – 10.00am, in the side chapel at St Stephen’s. “We meet for a light breakfast and fellowship with sung worship, a personal testimony or a presentation on a ministry in the city/county and for prayer.” Contact: June Webb on email june@innerwholeness.org.uk.

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St. Stephen’s regularly runs the Alpha course. For more details and enquires about our next course please contact Madeline Light.

From the alpha.org website:

“Alpha is a series of interactive sessions that freely explore the basics of the Christian faith…”

“Alpha runs in churches, bars, coffee shops and homes all around the globe. Typically Alpha has around ten sessions and includes food, a short talk and a discussion at the end where you can share your thoughts. Alpha really is for anyone who’s curious. The talks are designed to encourage debate and explore the basics of the Christian faith in a friendly, honest and informal environment.”

 Freedom in Christ Course

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The “Freedom in Christ” course, is run regularly at St. Stephen’s church. The course is a DVD presentation by Steve Goss, with ‘Pause for Thought’ sections when group members can support each other in working through the material.

The Freedom in Christ approach to the Gospel has two components: The 13 week course is the teaching component. Participants are then offered to complete the Steps to Freedom which is the application component. This is a kind, gentle but thorough opportunity for a ‘spiritual spring clean’. Many churches of varied denominations have been greatly benefited by this approach. If you are interested in joining a future course please contact Madeline Light

the grace course

grace-course-participants-guideThe Grace Course is a new course from Freedom in Christ Ministries.

“…It teaches the wonderful truths of grace but has an emphasis on helping people experience that grace. There are practical exercises, times of listening to God and a gentle ministry component, The Steps To Experiencing God’s Grace.”

Please contact Madeline Light if interested.

 

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St Stephen’s runs this course which has been developed by CAP Christians Against Poverty…

“The CAP Money Course is a revolutionary money management course that teaches people budgeting skills and a simple, cash-based system that really works. This course will help anyone to get more in control of their finances, so they can budget, save and prevent debt.” words from CAP website. If you are interested in joining in the next course and for more details please contact: capmoney@ststephensnorwich.org