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Unless advised otherwise, we will allocate receipts to the Mission Support Fund.

Greystone Road Presbyterian Church Mission a/c, Number 90145513
Danske Bank P.O. Box 183, Donegall Square West, Belfast, BT1 6JS. Sort Code 95-06-79

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  1. On Tuesday evening we have a family quiz, via Zoom, details will appear on website and Facebook page, please join us.
  2. This week would have been the General Assembly, one of the parts of the week that is still taking part is the installation of our new moderator Rev. Dr. David Bruce this will be held at 7.00pm on Monday 1st June 2020, tomorrow evening. This will be live-streamed from the Assembly Hall and therefore available for everyone to watch by following the link that will be on the main PCI website: www.presbyterianireland.org
  3. The Good Book Company are offering a free month of Bible Notes called Explore. You can go onto their Website, or there Facebook and click the links to receive these notes. https://www.thegoodbook.co.uk/free-explore

Instructions for Wednesday evening:

  1. Click this link after 7:15pm to join meeting:Zoom Meeting
  2. If the above doesn't work, open your internet browser
  3. Go to Zoom.us
  4. See top right corner the option to: Join a Meeting
  5. Click on this and in the Meeting ID Box write: 879-6536-8138
  6. Click Join meeting and follow on screen instructions

Questions from Sermon

  1. Read Psalm 133. What picture do you find here that represents unity? (Psalm 133v2) What does it mean? Why is unity so important in the church?
  2. If Paul stopped at v1. What picture would we have of the church in Philippi?
  3. How does Paul prepare these two ladies in v1 so they were in the best possible position to "hear" the confrontation of v2?
  4. Why do you think Paul uses their names in an open letter such as this? Does he take sides? Why or why not?
  5. Paul pleads with Euodia and Syntyche to “agree with each other,” or “be of the same mind” in the Lord. Why is this an important command? Is this the first time Paul has written this command in his letter to the Philippian church? 2v2 & 2v5.
  6. Have you ever witnessed how broken relationship affect a church family? How easy was it to minister neutrally?
  7. What was the role of the co-worker, Clement, and the rest of Paul’s fellow workers in this dispute between these women?
  8. How important is it that we strive to be peacemakers in our homes, at work, and in our church?Is this ability something that can be learned, or is it a gift?
  9. (Application) If you had to have your whole life summed up in one sentence, would you like it to be summed up like Clement or like Euodia and Syntyche?