We offer a study group entitled ‘Living the Questions”. Our meetings are set to fit in with the group’s work and home diaries.
Living the Questions is a “DVD based curriculum — designed to help people wrestle with the relevance of Christianity in the 21st century.
What happens in the Living The Questions group?
The meeting begins with a snack to eat. We watch the DVD and have a time of personal sharing through discussion of the topics.
People know that at its core, Christianity has something good to offer humanity. At the same time, however, many have a sense that they are alone in being a “thinking” Christian and that “salvaging” Christianity is a hopeless task. That means you have a safe environment where people have permission to ask questions. Especially the questions they’ve always wanted to ask. It is your chance to ask anything without fear of being laughed at or thought a heretic.
Living the Questions is convinced that Christianity still has relevance in the 21st Century. Providing a variety of flexible resources, Living the Questions can help people explore the future of Christianity and what a meaningful faith can look like in today’s world. Living the Questions is an open-minded alternative to studies that attempt to give participants all the answers. Our groups enable people to think things through for themselves. These flexible sessions are friendly and relaxed lasting for about two hours.
If you think you might be interested please contact the Group Leader Rev Dr Flora Munro.
“I have been actively involved in the Christian Church for over forty years. This includes several years in leadership positions. But I have never come across a course like this. It challenges me to think both about what faith is and what it should be. Other people in the group I now attend have different backgrounds and ages. But we are all learning from each other. Come and see for yourself.”
Ron Thomson Group Member