Paul’s Second Missionary Journey

Paul’s Second Missionary Journey

During Paul’s first missionary journey, he and Barnabas took the Good News of Jesus from their base in Antioch to the island of Cyprus and then a number of towns in modern day Turkey. Sadly, a row between Paul and Barnabas prevented them from working together again and on his Second Journey, Paul was accompanied by Silas and later Timothy and others. During this series we will look at their journey and what happened as the Gospel of Jesus Christ came to Macedonia and Greece and its great cities of Philippi, Thessalonica, Athens and Corinth. Seeing how Paul sought to connect the gospel to these cultures has a great deal to teach us about its relevance to the cultures in which we live today.

5 March The Row before it started Acts 15.36-41 Tim Davis
12 March Derbe, Lystra and Troas Acts 16.1-10 Stephen Kuhrt
19 March Philippi Acts 16.11-40 Stephen Kuhrt
26 March Thessalonica and Berea Acts 17.1-15 Becky Mills
2 April Athens Acts 17.16-34 Nathan Larkin
9 April Corinth Acts 18.1-22 Katy Loffman
14 April
Good Friday
The Significance of Good Friday   Stephen Kuhrt
16 April
Easter Sunday
United Easter Day Service at 10.00 am   Stephen Kuhrt
23 April What Easter means to me   Tim Davis
30 April United APCM Service at 9.30   Stephen Kuhrt