Looking for answers about Christianity…
To put it simply, Christianity is all about Jesus. He was a real person and we believe that by his life, death and resurrection he demonstrated that he is God and offers to be our Saviour and Lord. To those who follow him, he gives the knowledge of God, restored relationship with our Heavenly Father, the Holy Spirit within us, a church family around us and a heavenly home that he is leading us to.
Here are a couple of videos that summarise the core message of Christianity, the good news of Jesus.
Whether you regard yourself as a Christian yet or not, we are always pleased to welcome people who want to understand more.
We regularly offer a short course exploring the life and message of Jesus. It’s a course which has been designed especially for those who are interested, puzzled or questioning. If that’s you, why not contact us and find out more?
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Looking for answers during Coronavirus
These are a collection of resources that help to explain and understand the good news of Jesus in the present crisis.
If You Could ask God One Question
If You Could Ask God One Question by Paul Williams is a book that answers 12 of the most frequently asked questions about God. Paul Williams is also answering these questions in a series of short videos.
Where is God in a Coronavirus World?
Where is God in a Coronavirus world? is a short book by John Lennox that shows how belief in a loving and sovereign God helps us to make sense of and cope with the coronavirus outbreak. We have a few copies of the book and are happy to give you one for free, just contact us and let us know how we can send it to you? Alternatively you can watch John Lennox address the same question in this video.
Hope Beyond Coronavirus
Hope beyond Coronavirus by Roger Carswell is a short leaflet which shares the good news of Jesus in the current crisis. You can read the leaflet online, but please note the bottom page comes first, then the top!