Christianity Explored

Christianity Explored – What’s it all about?

The Christianity Explored course is an opportunity for people – atheists, Christians, and everyone in between – to come with their questions, and explore Christianity. More information about the course can be found here.

A free, relaxed, informal 7-week course for anyone who wants to find out what Christianity says about the meaning of life. It’s designed to help you explore the big issues we all think about.

The normal meeting includes:
– Free curry
– A short talk focussed on what the Bible says about the meaning of life
– A discussion time, when you can share opinions, ask questions, or just listen.

This course is completely free and you will never be put under pressure to do anything you don’t want to do, or be anyone but yourself.


The Christianity Explored Team

Steve and Claire lead our Christianity Explored team, and have enjoyed being part of various Christianity Explored, and Alpha, courses over the years. Each course is different – depending on who joins, and the questions they have – and Steve and Claire love hearing all the different questions, and looking into the meaning of life together.


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