Alpha course set for St. Stepen’s

Want to learn more about Christianity? Here's one way

Do you have questions about Christianity or just want to learn more about the fundamentals of Christianity?

If you do, you might want to head over to St. Stephen’s United Church, which will begin the Alpha course on October 2 , from 4:30 top 6:30 p.m. at the church.

The seven-week practical introduction will answer some key questions about the religion.

Each weekly session begins with an informal dinner, followed by a large group learning time, and ends with a small group discussion and interaction.

Alpha began in London and is now held in thousands of churches around the world.

Join the thousands who have found answers to their questions about life and God and how they relate.

Consider making the Alpha course a part of your spiritual journey.

To learn more about this course, call Adele Cave at St. Stephen’s United Church or come to the introductory dinner on October 2 at 4:30 pm at the church, located at the corner of Memorial Drive and Village Way in Qualicum Beach.

For registration and questions about the Alpha course, call 250-752-9831 between  8 a.m. and 4 p.m.

 

 

Submitted by St. Stephen’s United Church

 

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