"Alpha" Returns to Wraysbury  


Once again the local churches in Wraysbury will be offering an "Alpha" course starting in September 2002. Alpha is a Christian teaching programme that is now being offered by over 7,000 churches across the UK. As a result of taking part in the course, some have become committed Christians, others say they have "embarked on a journey of faith", whilst others have changed some of their attitudes to life.

The course starts with an introductory supper at Wraysbury Village Hall on Wednesday September 11th at 7.30pm.

Following the supper, those who decide to take part in the course will attend weekly sessions focussing on key aspects of Christian faith, from "Who is Jesus?" to "Why and how do I pray?" The course is open both to practising Christians as well as to enquirers, and each session will include a simple supper, a talk, and then a group discussion with plenty of opportunity to raise individual issues.

The subsequent weekly sessions will also be held on Wednesdays at 7.30pm.


If you would like to attend the introductory supper, or want any further information about the course, please contact Rev. John Harper on 01784-481258 by 4th September.

You can also find out more about Alpha at www.alpha.org.uk