10:00am - 3:30pm
Paul’s letter to the Philippians is a short and personal letter, written from a Roman prison. We get a glimpse of Paul’s affectionate relationship with a church he felt close to. Often called the “letter of joy” we actually find a range of emotions in Philippians: Paul talks openly about frustration and sadness, about his struggles as well as his hope. But above all he talks about his deep longing to be close to his Lord in life and death.
Come along and discover more about this rich document of faith and early Christian life.
Saturday 25th January 2020
Dr Dorothea Bertschmann
10.00am-3.30pm (including lunch & refreshments)