- Maybe you go to Church regularly, or maybe you’ve never been.
- Perhaps you have lots of questions to ask, or perhaps you’d rather just sit and listen.
- You might think of yourself as a confused Christian, or convinced atheist or somewhere in between.
Whoever you are, whatever you’re thinking, Christianity Explored is a place for you to explore what life is all about.
What is Christianity Explored? Christianity Explored is a free, informal and relaxed seven-week course. It’s for anyone who wants to think about what Christianity says about the meaning of life. It’s designed to help you explore the big issues we all think about. It’s run by St. Paul’s Anglican and Canford Heath Baptist Church. It looks at the person at the heart of the Christian faith – Jesus Christ. You can ask any question you want and meet people on a similar journey to you. We each get one life to live – Christianity Explored helps you to explore what it’s all about.
What happens at Christianity Explored? A small group of people meet for an hour and a half. The evening begins at 7:45pm with time to chat and relax over tea or coffee with a nice cake or pudding. There’s time to find out for yourself what the Bible says about Jesus Christ and the meaning of life. Then there’s a short DVD focussing on a part of Jesus’ life. Finally, there’s a discussion time when you can ask questions or sit and listen to others.
You can say as much or as little as you like. And don’t worry – you’ll never be asked to sing, pray or read aloud. You don’t need to know anything about the Bible either. And if you have to miss a week that’s OK too. You can pull out at any time you like, for any reason.
When? Every other Wednesday for 7 sessions, starting date to be announced
Time? 7.45pm to 9.15pm.
Where? St Paul’s Church, Neighbourhood Centre, Canford Heath, Poole, BH17 9DW. It’s just off Culliford Crescent, opposite the entrance to ASDA’s carpark.
If you’d like to know more or to let us know you’re interested in coming please contact Matt Williams (Vicar of St. Paul’s Church)