Mid-week Study Groups

We are encouraging every St Phils member to join an online group

The zoom platform enables us to achieve our objectives which we outlined from the beginning of the coronavirus crisis:

  1. Zoom allows us to continue teaching and encouraging God’s people in His Word.
  2. Zoom help us to establish a strong culture of interaction and sharing which promotes love and care for one another.
  3. Zoom allows us to pray together in our small group or in the combined larger group of all Bible study groups meeting at the same time.
  4. By meeting via Zoom, we comply with the directives of NSW Health and other governing bodies.

We have plenty of options if you want to meet in small groups with other people in our church community.  Our mid-week study groups are currently meeting in homes, at church or on the Zoom platform and meet throughout the week at at various times throughout the day. 

Click here for information explaining how to join a Zoom meeting.

(1) How can I join a Zoom Bible Study?

We do not publish the URLs or Meeting IDs of each meeting on the website.  However, if you sign up for the St Phil’s Weekly Email you can find them at the bottom of the email.  Alternatively, you can contact us on the form below:

(2) What are the details for connecting to the Bible study groups

As mentioned earlier, Bible studies will be meeting according to the night that they usually me on. information to connect to a group are available on your St Phil’s Weekly Emails or you may request a link via the above form.

Click here for information explaining how to join a Zoom meeting.

(3) What if I want to join an online Bible study community?

We are encouraging everyone in our church to get involved in our Christian communities, online or not. If it is advantageous for you to join a Zoom for mid-week Bible Study, then please Sign up on the form at #1.

If you would like to join a group on any given night, then please just click on the “Join Zoom Meeting” URL and follow the prompts to install the Zoom app. Once you have joined the meeting, our online administrator can allocate you to a group if you have no preference, or place you in the group of your choosing – whatever works for you!


 

Yours in Christ,
Eric Cheung