What is true? Who is Jesus? What is the point of church?
This series of fortnightly Monday evening sessions is designed especially for young people aged between 16 and 30.
Come along if you: want to learn to ask the right sort of questions; think for yourself about God; know more about Christian faith; understand the bible better; see what God might be doing where you are and explore what you can do with your faith.
The year is broken down into three terms of six fortnightly Monday evening sessions. Each begins at 7pm and ends at 9pm with a tea and coffee break included.
- 3 October – What is ‘Scripture’ and How Can We Read the Bible?
- 17 October – What Kind of God Would We Like to Believe In?
- 31 October – What Does God Care if We Suffer?
- 14 November – Creation and Evolution: Where Does it All Begin?
- 28 November – Why Are Fewer and Fewer People Going to Church?
- 12 December – Can We Know What Is True?
- 9 January – What is True: The History of the Story?
- 23 January – What is the Point of the Church?
- 6 February – Who is Jesus Anyway?
- 20 February – The Trinity: Maths Gone Wrong?
- 6 March – What Does it Mean to be ‘Saved’?
- 20 March – Two Testaments, One Spirit?
- 3 April – Who am I, and What is My Place in the World?
- 24 April – How Do We Pray?
- 8 May – What Does it Matter How I Live My Life?
- 22 May – Sex: What Does the Bible Say?
- 5 June – Music
- 19 June – Us and Them: The Influence of Context
Participants are welcome to register for the whole year, a whole term, or simply come along to specific sessions that are of interest.
Each session is £3 on the door or £15 for a whole term.
We are grateful to the Trustees of Sarum St Michael Educational Charity for funding the development of this course.