Explore Together Tour 2017


Experience a ground-breaking new way of exploring the Bible using different learning styles!

The Explore Together Tour starts up again in 2017, in Bristol.



MORNING SESSION: 10:00 – 12:30

EVENING SESSION: 19:00 – 21:30

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Explore Together – The Tour: Update

The 2016 Tour has now finished… but more dates will be added to the tour soon! Please keep checking for updates.

In the meantime, why not get in touch to enquire about the possibility of arranging an event in your area or, alternatively, chat with the Scripture Union team in your region about how they can support you?

Email exploretour@scriptureunion.org.uk to enquire about hosting an event in your area. Click here to contact your regional team.

Explore Together 2016 Tour Dates

Updated 25th July: Romford dates in November cancelled.
Updated 12th May: Flyer updated with details of North East & Yorkshire events.
Updated 18th April: Details of North East events added.
Updated 30th March: Details of Thrapston event added.
Updated 7th March: Details of West Yorkshire events added.

We’re excited to announce the dates and locations of the 2016 Explore Together tour! If you want to find our more about Explore Together and experience how it works for yourself, we’d love to see you – all the events are completely free.

Experience a ground-breaking new way of exploring the Bible using different learning styles.

  • Each event will last around two and a half hours.
  • We will begin by looking at the theory and concept of Explore Together.
  • We will then experience a session together.
  • There will be time included for questions and a cuppa too!

There will also be an opportunity to buy resources at the end of each session. We believe that the Bible changes lives and would love for you to join us on this adventure as we Explore Together. 

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Dates and locations:

All-age and all happy?

When Charlotte asked for some Explore Together booklets, her church began a journey into an unknown exploration of all-age worship.

  • How would the church respond?
  • Would they be able to worship and hear from God?
  • What about the huge age difference?

The questions were answered quickly the next time the church had an all-age service. Let’s see what Charlotte had to say…

 Thank you for the Explore Together Booklets.  We had a very good All-age service yesterday exploring together Exodus 3 – Moses and the Burning Bush.  All-ages from 2 to nearly 90 were involved and there was a lovely feeling of calm and purpose in the room.  Many people felt God saying things to them and several were going away to explore the passage further on their own.  I was wowed at the thoughts and ideas being expressed in the Chat Zone and the respect given by the groups to each other, whatever their ages. – Charlotte

And now from Peter, a member of the Leadership Team…

The zones are a great way of breaking things up in a creative way. The feedback was outstanding.

It’s great to have all age meetings which neither patronise the children nor dumb down the adults. I think we’ve achieved something remarkable, with God’s help of course. – Peter

If you’d like to like to know how Explore Together can be used by your church community, then browse through the pages that are linked at the top. You can also contact Lianne using the details on the about page.

Explore Together for the first time

It was with some trepidation and lots of prayer that Steve dared to attempt Explore Together in a church setting, on a Sunday. With about 140 to 150 people ranging in age from babies to 90+, the all-together service was replaced with Explore Together… the result…

‘I just had to write to you and thank you, and tell you… that it worked!!’ (Steve)

Steve got lots of great feedback, with several older members of the congregation saying how great it was to be able to share and hear other people’s input. Steve even had someone phone him after the service to say how they loved it.

Respond to God in a personal way

An enthusiastic teacher said it was just how they learn at school, and one Elder suggested that Explore Together could be used for all their All-Together (family) services.

But it wasn’t just the children and older members who found Explore Together rewarding. The youth pastor thought it was great and worked for the young people who attended. One member of the community even posted their craft activity on Facebook. Not only were they exploring the Bible together at the church but also with their Facebook friends.

Overall what particularly delighted Steve was the level of participation and how much people did things together in the zones.

This is exactly what Explore Together sets out to do. And if you want to know more about how your community can learn together start here.