Webteam: February 2017
Alpha — Youth is an exploration of the Christian faith that is being used by groups all around the world to help young people explore the character and claims of Jesus. Alpha — Youth looks at topics from 'Who is Jesus?' and 'Why did Jesus die?' to 'How & why should I read the Bible?'.
It's a more informal version of the original Alpha. It shares the same important elements as any Alpha — food, a film presentation, and small group discussions (except with a lot more fun and many more games!).
Alpha — Youth meets once a month in Peel. More information from Jonathan and Sara Ayres (474032 and 430415).
17th February — Life: Is this It?
17th March — Who is Jesus?
21st April — Why did Jesus Die?
19th May — How can I have Faith?
16th June — Why and How do I pray?
7th July — Social event
Youth leaders and helpers welcome!
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