Holy Trinity Church

Anglican worship in Geneva

Bible Study Groups

bible-studyContact: Elizabeth Brown

If you have any questions about the Bible study groups, or would like to start one, please do contact Elizabeth.

Why join a Bible study group?

There are many benefits to joining a small Bible study group.  Not least is the opportunity it provides to get to know other members of the church family at a deeper level than is possible on a Sunday.

Through the small groups, our aim is for:

Our lives to be transformed by God’s truth (Romans 12:2)

Our community to be matured in love (Ephesians 4: 15-16)

Our world to be engaged with the gospel (1 Peter 2: 9-12).

Where do we meet?

Our small Bible study groups meet at the church as well as in homes.  One group meets in the downstairs church hall on Tuesdays, from 12h30 until 13h30.  Please bring your own lunch.  For more information, please contact Elizabeth Brown.

       The Young Adults Group  which meets on a Wednesday evening also includes bible study. Please contact Armel Ayegnon.

What sort of materials are used in the groups?

We follow the weekly readings from church, and there is also commentary by Tom Wright.  The weekend before the Bible Study information about the readings tends to be circulated.

Lectio Divina

Wednesdays from 12h30 to 13h15 in the Church.  This is a meditative practice.  With the help of a short Bible study passage read aloud three or four times, this is a chance to allow a word or phrase from the passage to speak to you and to listen for what God may be saying to you in the moment.  For more information contact Mary Talbot