The New Testament in a Year Community is delivered through a free reading programme designed for individuals and groups, to assist anyone in reading the New Testament together in an online community. With a good routine, anyone can read the whole New Testament in a year.

Man reading a bible by the water
7th July 2017
Introducing New Testament in a Year

Oasis Church Waterloo is certainly a busy congregation.  From running an integrated advice centre to managing a community farm and running events for local people, they certainly have their hands full.  But amidst all the busy-ness, members of the church have also found time to launch the ‘New Testament in a Year Community’!

The NTYC is a collaboration of members from the community, who engage with the big question, "how do we make sense of a complex world as Christ might have done?" They are not interested in telling people what to think but aim to start conversations from those within the community who value the wisdom of Biblical scripture and the lessons learnt from personal experience.

The New Testament in a Year Community is delivered through a free reading programme designed for individuals and groups, to assist anyone in reading the New Testament together in an online community. With a good routine, anyone can read the whole New Testament in a year.

Check out the New Testament in a Year Community at the Oasis Church Waterloo website

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Gareth Streeter
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