Alpha Course

Updated: Jul 14, 2020

Alpha is starting soon!

The Alpha course is a great way for all looking to explore the meaning of life and ask bigger questions about life, meaning and where Jesus fits in. With a structure to facilitate and create a fun, friendly and informal environment we will talk over topics such as: What is my purpose? What happens when I die? What is suffering? Why is Jesus important?

Meeting over six short sessions, across two weeks in an accessible and friendly format giving you a great opportunity to come and grow in your faith or simply answer any questions you may have. Come, share and participate, as much or as little as you wish! Come & share with a friend or family member if you wish. Each session will consist of watching a short film on an aspect of the Christian faith, then discussing it together, where you can share any opinion, question, or viewpoint - with nothing off limits!

The purpose of these sessions is to enable you to explore faith in an accessible way. We're offering evening sessions or morning sessions: so pick a time that works for you, ideally all six sessions as best suits you! These will be forty minute online sessions on each date, have a cuppa ready and it'll be so good to share these with you! Six short evening sessions: Monday, Tuesday & Wednesday evenings at 8pm: Specifically on Monday 20th, Tuesday 21st, Wednesday 22nd and the following week on Monday 27th, Tuesday 28th & Wednesday 29th July, all at 8pm Or six short morning sessions: Tuesday, Wednesday & Thursday mornings at 10am: Specifically, on Tuesday 4th, Wednesday 5th, Thursday 6th, and the following week on Tuesday 11th, Wednesday 12th and Thursday 13th August, all at 10am. Confirm your place with asap and you'll get a link email with a few minutes of background and the zoom codes to sign in. We'll look forward to sharing together.

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