Jesus always had time for people with questions

We want to give you space to ask your questions.
Here are some ways you can ask your questions and explore the Christian faith
1. explore

Hope Course

30th May, 6th & 13th June 2024

Following the Conversations About Hope event, we will begin our Hope Course on Thursday nights (30th May, 6th & 13th June). Over three sessions, the Hope Explored course presents how the life, death and resurrection of Jesus provides hope, peace and purpose. The structure of each night is simple: dinner, a short video, a chance to discover for yourself what the Bible says, and a chance to ask any questions—all over food and drink. It’s honest, casual and meaningful.

2. explore

Alpha (after Playtime)

Alpha is a free, fun and meaningful space for anyone  to explore and ask the big questions of life and faith. Each morning includes lunch, a short video and a chance to connect with others.

Alpha will begin on Tuesday the 21st of May at 11.30am (after Playtime) and then continue on Tuesday mornings in the subsequent weeks (28 May, 4 June and 11 June) 11.30-1pm.

There will be space for kids to play and watch a fun video while the course is running.

3. come and see

Sunday Services

One of the easiest ways to see what the Christian faith is all about is to come and visit us on Sunday. Every Sunday we have people joining us who are exploring faith. Our Sunday services are welcome to all, no matter what you believe, no matter who you are. You can participate in as much or as little as you feel comfortable—you can simply sit back and watch what happens as we sing, listen to the Bible and a sermon, pray, eat and drink.

4. read the Bible with someone

The Bible and coffee

Do you want to see what the Bible says for yourself and discuss it with someone?

We’d love to sit down with you in a local cafe and chat about anything you’d like to know about the Bible. Coffee (or whatever beverage you prefer) is on us!

5. Ask us your questions

We want to hear

Got questions about the Christian faith or about St Stephen’s?

We want to hear from you. Feel free to ask us your questions and we will respond to you.