Chance to ‘Explore Christianity’ at Ballyloughan

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You may have no previous experience of Christianity or churches or perhaps you attend church regularly but have unanswered questions.

Whatever your situation, the Christianity Explored course is an opportunity to take a closer look at the claims of Jesus, the person at the very heart of Christianity.

Used in many churches throughout the country, ‘Christianity Explored’ is a seven-evening course for anyone who would like to investigate Christianity for the first time, or just brush up on the basics.

In a relaxed setting, it addresses the questions of how we can know God, who Jesus Christ was, and what it means to follow him.

A Christianity Explored course is soon to be held in Ballyloughan Presbyterian Church on Ballymena’s Doury Road.

It will run for seven consecutive Tuesday nights, starting on February 3 at 8pm.

Each evening will comprise of a bite of supper, a short easy-to-watch talk on DVD, as well as time to raise questions and think things through in smaller groups. No-one is asked to pray, sing or read aloud, and you can ask any question you like. Or, if you prefer, you can go along and simply listen.

Everyone who joins the course is given a copy of Mark’s gospel and invited to check out the claims of Jesus for themselves.

For more information, e-mail office@ballyloughanchurch.org.uk or phone/text Gareth Parker on 07923407900, or, just turn up on February 3.