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Bookmarks for a Swedish Bible Study group

With the help of Alex Grey Jones, we have produced bookmarks for small group members at Holy Trinity.  On the front we have a copy of our mission and vision statements and on the back a 5-step guide to the … Continue reading

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From the Vicarage June 2011

From the vicarage June 2011 Dear Church It’s been a month since we started our new format for small group meetings. I want us to be clear about what the groups are for and what we should expect from the … Continue reading

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Why the Swedish Bible Study Method is right for our time

We’re launching a network of small groups with bible study at the heart.  We’ve chosen the Swedish Bible Study Method (more details can be found in this article in The Briefing) as the most suitable for our time and place.  … Continue reading

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A small group on every street in the parish?

We’ve just agreed on a vision statement for Holy Trinity which we believe will be the most effective way to fulfil our mission.  The vision is to see a small group started on every street in the parish.  We have … Continue reading

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A church of small groups and more

This year at Holy Trinity we are aiming to go from being a church with small groups to a church of small groups. This is the first stage of an expanding small group ministry. The next stage will be to … Continue reading

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Toolkit for small groups (home groups)

We have a goal to multiply home groups.  How do you do it effectively and give people a clear vision of what they are signing up for?  We’re trying a few things: Double sided book marks.  On one side of … Continue reading

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Is homogenous church growth ever legitimate?

I’ve posted many times against the phenomenon of homogenous church so this post might be surprising. I believe there is a legitimate and important place for homogenous church growth in both parachurch and local church situations. The homogenous growth principle … Continue reading

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