Thinking about Christianity?
Would you like to know more about Christianity?
We invite you to learn. Whether you’re a skeptic, a believer or somewhere in between, we’d love to help you learn more about Christianity.
We have a team of people who would love to chat with you and to help you with whatever questions you might have.
We also run courses which are purpose built to explore the Christian faith and the many questions and doubts people often experience.
You can find more information on them below. If you’d like to ask a question or to register interest in a course, please reach out to us via the form at the bottom of this page.
This course is designed to bring people together to learn what the bible tells us about God, who Jesus is and why he is so important, and what it means to be a Christian. It can be run one on one or in a group and is a safe place to explore all your questions about life and faith.
Reason for God
Based on Dr Tim Keller’s book, “The Reason for God – Belief in and age of skepticism”, this course is a collection of small group discussions where Dr Keller and a handful of skeptics discuss a broad range of questions and concerns which prevent people from accepting God and/or Christianity.
- Isn’t the Bible a myth?
- Hasn’t science disproved Christianity?
- How can you say there is only one way to God?
- What about other religions?
- What give you the right to tell me how to live my life?
- Why are there so many rules?
- Why does God allow suffering?
- Why is there so much evil in the world?
- Why is the Church responsible for so much injustice?
- Why are Christians such hypocrites?
- How can God be full of love and wrath at the same time?
- How can God send good people to Hell?
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