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at Bromley Town Church

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Explore life, meaning and purpose at Alpha

Do you want to explore the Christian faith? An Alpha Course is the perfect place to learn and to find answers to some of the biggest questions about God and our existence.

When is it?

We're hoping to run the next Alpha Course later this year. Dates will be posted here once confirmed.


Are you interested in joining us on our next Alpha Course? We would love to hear from you. Please drop us an email to [email protected] and we will keep you up to date on the next course.

what is it?

The Alpha Course is an opportunity to explore the Christian faith in a relaxed environment. During the 10 week course questions are not only allowed, they are actively encouraged. No question is too simple or too difficult! Topics such as “Who is Jesus?”, “How to read the Bible” and “Why and how to pray” allow participants to start understanding what it means to follow Jesus for themselves. 


You can find out more at www.alpha.org.

Who is it for?

The Alpha Course is for anyone who has questions about God, Jesus or the Christian faith. You can have a church background, be a new Christian or have never been to church before. If you are wondering what faith is all about Alpha is a great place to start finding out, with others who are also looking for answers.

what happens?

Usually when an Alpha Courses take place in different churches or venues, the sessions start with a meal or refreshments. We find it's a great way to help give course participants a chance to get to know each other. 


You will then watch a film produced by the Alpha team, and shot all over the world, with each week's film discussing a specific topic. After the film there is an opportunity for informal discussion and to ask any questions you have. 


Part way through the course there is a special day which covers the topics about the Holy Spirit. This is usually held during the day on a Saturday, at the church building.

Anything else?

The Alpha Course is completely free to join. A suggested donation of £3 for the meal is welcomed but not essential.