The uncertainty caused by the Coronavirus pandemic has raised some pretty big questions for us all.
It may be that you've have questions about life that you didn't have a few months ago.
Questions about life, death, the universe, God, and well...everything.
With everyone so isolated at the moment, we thought it would be good to connect with others online and provide a space for us all to consider some of these questions together.
We're running a course, where we all watch a video about some of the questions around the Christian faith and then chat about it together over Zoom. It's called Alpha.
It's a great opportunity for you to ask the big questions (however awkward or daft you think they might be) in a relaxed, informal setting.
And hey, who knows, you might even make some new friends whilst you're at it?
How does it work?
We'll meet together on Zoom, over six evenings, starting Monday 26th April.
You can either join us at 7:30pm to watch the video with others, or you can watch the 20ish minute video beforehand and join us at 8:00pm to chat about it. Whatever works for you!
The videos aim to kick-start a conversation about what life is all about. We give you a chance to share thoughts and ideas on the topic in small groups. There's no obligation to say anything and no question is too big or small to be raised. It's an opportunity to hear from others and contribute your own perspective in an honest, friendly and safe online environment.
How do I get involved?
Alpha is totally free, and so all we need is for you to get in touch, so that we can send you the Zoom link and the video.
Please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org to register or call 01608 646202.