The Alpha Course will be held online using zoom and our website.
Each week we start with a welcome zoom call (approx. 15 mins), followed by an Alpha Film Series Session (approx. 25-30mins) followed by some discussion on zoom again in groups (approx. 1hr).
You will need to have set up the Zoom on your laptop/computer or downloaded the zoom app on your phone and have reasonable wifi or signal.
If you would like to find out more about our next Alpha Course please contact us. We would love to hear from you.
Week 1 - Is there more to life than this?
Week 2 - Who is Jesus?
Week 3 - Why did Jesus die?
Week 4 - How can I have faith?
Week 5 - Why and how should I pray?
Week 6 - Why and how should I read the Bible?
Week 7 - Who is the Holy Spirit?
Week 8 - What does the Holy Spirit do?
Week 9 - How can I be filled with the Holy Spirit?
Week 10 - How can I resist evil?
Week 11 - What about the Church?
Before becoming a Christian I considered myself an agnostic. I had little understanding of the extent of historical evidence that supports the Bible and I didn’t know the facts surrounding when it was written and the reliability of critical analysis of early scripture.
I thought that Christians were weak in convincing themselves of a higher power and I considered this an excuse to not take responsibility for things or be the masters of their own destiny.
Not believing in God means that you are, by default, the architect of your own moral code. Before being a Christian I didn’t concern myself too much with acting honorably or doing right by people. I figured that we live in a ‘dog eat dog’ world so it was inevitable that I would have to tread on a few toes now and again.
I used to argue about faith with a Christian friend of mine from London and would berate her during the discussions because she never seemed able to handle my challenges. She was not a practicing Christian at the time and I couldn’t see the benefit of upholding something that didn’t seem to provide any benefit to her life.
However, I was receptive to the Alpha Course because I was more concerned with a balanced argument and finding the truth. After reading a number of books and a series of discussions with various people I came to the conclusion that there was a stronger argument for God than against Him and so I became a Christian.