Fall Alpha sessions began at Christ the King the week of Sep. 16th, but it’s not too late to join!
The Alpha Fall 2018 sessions are:
Sunday afternoon, 2:00-4:00 pm — a house near Packard and Platt (Southeast Ann Arbor)
Sunday night, 6:30-8:30 pm (Childcare available) — Christ the King Parish Center
Wednesday morning, 6:30-8:00 am — Legatus Conference Room in Domino’s Farms
Friday morning, 10-11:30 am (Childcare available) — Christ the King Church, Bishop Mengeling Room (the one with the kitchen)
Register for a session by clicking HERE!
For more information, please email email@example.com.
Is There More to Life Than This?
Yes. No. Maybe. Probably? We all have questions that we want answered. Alpha provides an opportunity for those questions to be answered. Alpha is a series that seeks to answer the deepest questions core to our identity through meal-sharing, prepared talks and open conversation. It’s about discovering, discussing, and finding a place to belong with friends, both new and old. Everyone is welcome. No question is too simple, no answer prepared. You’re free to discuss as much [or little] as you wish.
A typical Alpha session meets once a week for 11 weeks. All Alpha sessions are free of charge (please register so we know you’re coming), and you’re welcome to check out the first week of a session with no commitment.
What to expect-
Food and Fellowship- Since the beginning of time people have gathered around a meal to come together, to enjoy each other’s company and catch up on life. We encourage the same at Alpha so come hungry because there will be great food both physically and communally.
Talk- The talks are around 30-minute videos. They are created to ask and begin to answer the questions that brought you to Alpha, “Who is God?” “How can we have faith?” “What am I made for?”
Small Group Discussion- Following the talk everyone transitions into small groups to discuss the questions that the talk may have raised. Discussion is encouraged but not required and we work diligently to create an open environment for positive discussion.
Interested in learning more? Contact Aimee Godfrey (734-929-0983 or firstname.lastname@example.org).
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