Love one another

‘One another’ are two words in English but only one word in ancient Greek. Yet it’s used 100 times in the New Testament to describe how Christians should relate to each other.

‘Love’ is the virtue most frequently associated with it. Jesus twice commanded his follows to ‘Love one another’ and Paul, Peter and John echoed the same instruction 14 times in their letters.

But what does it look like to ‘love one another’? Join us this summer as we explore 10 of the ‘one another’ statements in the New Testament and learn what it looks like to love each other like Jesus.

Date Title Reading
23rd July AM LOVE one another 1 John 4: 7 – 21
30th July PM Be HOSPITABLE to one another 1 Peter 4: 7 – 11
6th August AM ENCOURAGE one another Hebrews 3: 12 – 19
6th August PM WASH one another’s FEET John 13: 1 – 17
13th August AM Don’t GRUMBLE against one another James 5: 7 – 9
13th August PM SPEAK TRUTHFULLY to one another Ephesians 4: 17 – 32
20th August AM BE DEVOTED to one another Romans 12: 9 – 21
27th August AM SERVE one another Galatians 5: 13 – 26
27th August PM BEAR WITH one another Colossians 3: 12 – 14
3rd September PM TEACH and ADMONISH one another Colossians 3: 15 – 17

During the summer we don’t have our usual Young Church programme for children up to school year 9. Instead we have a programme for children up to the age of 6 during the second half of the service and provide age appropriate worksheets for children 7+, so they can follow the Bible talk.