Small faith-sharing groups can take many forms. We've added several guides for use in your own parish, school or community.
Small faith-sharing groups can take many forms – Bible book clubs, Bible and art workshops, Bible and saints groups, Bible and prayer groups, Bible foods and fellowship, Bible and social justice… the list goes on.
Here are our guidelines for running a group plus a variety of different themed guides to help you get started in your own parish, school or community.
3 week course or a 3 course meal? It’s up to you! Small faith-sharing groups can take many forms, one of them is to join together in fellowship over food and Scripture. This follows the example given to us by Jesus who regularly ate with his disciples and followers. How you structure your group session will depend on the group composition and the food you’re sharing; below you will find a suggested structure as well as a sample menu to get you started.
Discover more about St Jerome and his lion with these resources:
A simple way to pray with Scripture in a group is to use the 7 Steps Bible Sharing method. You can read about this method in one of our Inspiring Stories on our website here and download the small group guide here:
Sr M Michael, RSM of Hexham and Newcastle Diocese has written this guide on the method of prayer called Visio Divina, an illustrated version of Lectio Divina: