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The Parish Church of Immanuel and St Andrew, Streatham

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A Quick Read.

Can't find your way around the Bible?
No time?

Try some of these short cuts to selected stories!

Each link in the lists below will take you to a story from the Bible, supplied by the 'Oremus' website (see below). Clicking on a link will open the story in a new browser window. When you have finished, close that window to return to this one.

Some stories from the life of Jesus.

A selection of stories of Jesus from the Gospels, most of which are quite well-known. Page numbers refer to the New Testament section of the church Bibles.

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Parables (stories) told by Jesus.

Three of Jesus' most well-known parables. Page numbers refer to the New Testament section of the church Bibles.

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Jesus' death and resurrection.

Excerpts from some of the Gospel accounts. Page numbers refer to the New Testament section of the church Bibles.

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If you have questions about any of these passages the Vicar or one of the Readers will be pleased to help. If you are new to Immanuel and don't know who we are check us out on the 'Who's Who' page.

There are some brief general notes about the Bible on the What is the Bible? page, which you may find useful.

Oremus is a website dedicated to providing resources for prayer and worship. You may find additional items there to help you. Our passages come from part of the site called the Oremus Bible Browser.

If you would like to read the Bible regularly on line there are a number of resources on the Web that may help. You might like to try word-on-the-web, which offers the alternatives of having a passage (with some explanatory notes) sent to you each day by e-mail, or reading it daily (or whenever!) on their website. (Click 'Today' on their website to see today's passage and notes.) Alternatively, you can just use the Oremus Bible Browser - click on the link, type a Bible reference (eg 'Luke 1' or '1 Corinthians 13:1-13') into the top space and click the 'show passage' button. That way you can choose what to read, but of course there are no notes to help you.

If you would like to read the Bible regularly in book form we can supply Bible reading notes with a reading 'plan' to help you. Contact Myrtle Powley, or the Vicar or a Reader, for more information.

The PCC has no control over the other websites linked above and the inclusion of a link here or elsewhere on this site to another website does not necessarily imply that the PCC, clergy or webmaster of Immanuel and St Andrew endorse its content. Such links are provided in good faith and no guarantee can be given that they will continue to function or that they will link to the material stated. No responsibility can be accepted for any damage or inconvenience, whether or not caused by a virus or malicious program, arising out of using a link or downloading or running any file.

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Page last updated 15 August 2006.

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