2011 marked the 400th anniversary of the publication of the Authorised (King James) translation to promote Bible reading. Along with many other churches we encouraged our members to start reading the whole of the Bible in that year. We also wanted to follow the example of many of our younger members who had taken up the challenge several months earlier at Soul Survivor.
Reading and studying the Bible is a great thing to do at any time, and this page lists some resources - mainly online - to help us to do this.
Both sites allow the whole Bible to be read or searched in a variety of translations, and offer commentaries and other resources.
Both the above sites offer the New International Version (NIV), which is the translation used for public readings in Christ Church. Christian bookshops stock a range of modern English translations.
A site created specifically for users with vision disabilities.
Daily Bible readings with devotional notes.
Read the whole Bible, the New Testament or selected passages in a systematic way. A whole Bible plan typically covers about 4 chapters a day (depending on length), chosen to provide variety in what is being read.
Some of the websites listed on this page offer companion apps for iOS and Android.