Most of Jesus’ recorded conversations revolved around questions: either from people to him or from him to them. For many, the asking of these questions led not only to robust understanding but to a much deeper and more life-embracing appreciation of him.

“Any Questions?” aims to give us a similar experience. Each week we address one big question. We hear a short talk explaining what the Bible says in answer. We have time to discuss the issue informally around tables. And then the floor is open to any questions.

You do not need to believe or know anything in particular to take part and you can ask your questions anonymously.

Come and join us, 6:45-7:30pm in the church building, as we explore life together.


Any Questions will return in September!
Watch this space for questions we’ll be exploring next term. 


Previous topics include…

Is the Trinity important?

What are the roles of the Father, Son and Holy Spirit? How do the three persons of the Godhead interrelate? And what do we lose when we lose sight of all this?

What does the Bible say about dating?
The world has much to say on the topic of dating and even more advice to give! Join us as we think about how biblical principles can shape our view of dating and help us navigate some of its joys and challenges.

Does the Bible have anything to say about artificial intelligence?
Over the past year it seems there are more discussions than ever about the implications of technology. At breakneck pace journalists, politicians, and businesses are discussing the advantages and dangers of technological innovations like artificial intelligence (AI), virtual reality, and transhumanism. One might wonder if an ancient book like the Bible has anything to say about these new technologies. Join us as we explore what God has revealed to us about how to navigate technology, worship, idolatry, and what it means to be human in the age of AI.