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Two new Bible courses announced in Norfolk 

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Fountain School of Theology are excited to announce that two new courses will be running at their Norwich Campus at St Stephen’s, Norwich from September 19.
 


Open Word and Digging Deeper will run on alternate Monday evenings (7.30-9.30pm), with each seeking to equip and release Christians to read and respond to God’s Word more deeply and effectively.
 
Open Word is a new Bible teaching course, presented by Matthew Hutton, Curate at Stephen’s.  Matthew said, “Open Word will be not so much a course as an adventure, enjoyed in community as we journey together through God’s Word.  We shall cover the whole Bible in 18 sessions, to see how God’s Grand Story hangs together and how He speaks to us through the unfamiliar as well as the more well-known bits.” Open Word starts on 19th September.
 
Digging Deeper has been running at Fountain of Life, Ashill for three years, under the leadership of Fountain School of Theology Director Freddy Hedley, who will also be leading the Norwich course, which starts on 26th September. Freddy said, “Digging Deeper explores Scripture in a way which engages with both Word and Spirit to equip disciples to walk intimately with God and to pursue His purposes and call for their lives. The teaching is interactive and conversational, accessible and relevant, practical and applied.” 
 
For further details about each course, follow the respective links above, which also give details about how to sign up. If you want to explore either course before signing up fully, you are welcome to attend the first session on a no-commitment basis.

We would love to welcome you to join us on either (or both) of these new exciting opportunities! 
 
 

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