Christianity Explored gives you time and space to think about the big questions of life. Join us for our next online course beginning on Thursday 15th October, 19.30 – 21.00.

The Covid-19 virus and social restrictions raises many questions about the meaning of life, death and God. Normally we run Christianity Explored in someone’s home or at the John Owen Barn with coffee and snacks to create a friendly and informal environment. We can’t do that at the moment but have found that an online course can still be a really positive experience.

Christianity Explored will run over seven Thursday evening sessions from 19.30-21.00. It helps you explore the life and teaching of the person at the heart of the Christian faith – Jesus Christ. The structure of each session is simple: a short Bible study and a video presentation followed by a group discussion. You can say as much or as little as you like. And don’t worry – you will never be asked to sing, pray or read aloud. You don’t need to know anything about the Bible either


Registration If you would like to join in please email to register your interest. All we need is your name and postal address so that we can send you a free copy of the participants handbook for the course. We won’t use your details beyond the administration of the course. Participants for this online course need to be 18+. This course will be led by Francis Blight and Irene Bale.

Zoom The course will run through Zoom. If you are unfamiliar with Zoom you will need to download the app and to spend a few minutes familiarising yourself with it You can use it on a computer or smart phone, but the experience is generally better on a computer because you have a bigger screen and the sound works better. A few days before the course begins, we will email you a link to the Zoom meeting.

Explore You can begin exploring right away on the Christianity Explored website Christianity Explored Here you will find engaging and helpful content in the What is Christianity?, Tough Questions and Real Life Stories sections.