St Clement

Worshipping, welcoming, working together: with God, with our community and with each other.

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Bible Study.

Every Saturday at for 1 hour, 15 mins
St Clement
Beaumont Street Toxteth Liverpool, L8 0RZ, GB

We will be looking at different passages, and drawing on resources from

2. 4th February Exodus 20:8-11, Deuteronomy 5:12-15

“The seventh day is like a multifaceted gem. One of the main facets is the fabric of creation as leading toward a great goal where humans imitate God and join him in ceasing from work and labor. But there’s going to be another facet that’s all about being a slave to our labor. And so the seventh day is a time to celebrate our liberation from slavery so that we can rest with God.”
(from Bible Project podcast,

My guidelines

1. "But you are not to be called rabbi, for you have one teacher, and you are all brothers and sisters." (Matthew 23:8)
2. Everyone is welcome to speak and ask questions.
3. Please be kind to each other.
4. Listen carefully, and don't interrupt.
5. Don't speak too long; if everybody spoke for 5 minutes, we would run out of time.
6. Don't contradict anyone.
7. If someone says something which is seriously wrong, please message me and I will speak to the person who said it, in private.

St Clement Charity No. 1127447