The HOPE Frome & Villages 2018 ALPHA course will be held at Holy Trinity Church Hall, Frome and is not many weeks away!
It starts on Wednesday 19th September at 7.15pm with an introductory meal and a brilliant guest speaker, Richard Kelley, a Pioneer minister.
Alpha then runs for 10 weeks. You are welcome to attend the first evening with no obligation to attend the whole course.
All are welcome. Do come – and invite your friends! It’s a wonderful way for anyone with or without a faith to explore life and Christianity in an open, friendly and informal environment.
Each evening there will be a meal, a short film and discussion in small groups. To find out more contact Phil Gray firstname.lastname@example.org
or Lesley Owen 01373 462586
Outside St Johns on alternate Friday evenings from 10pm till very late
Ministering love, hot chocolate and jelly babies to town revellers.
A safe place to sit, have a chat, get help if needed.
To Volunteer to co-host a table during the course please contact Phil Gray on email@example.com or to assist with cooking and kitchen duties please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Alpha Dates Autumn 2015
22nd Sept Introduction
29th Sept Who is Jesus ?
6th Oct Why did Jesus die?
13th Oct How can I have faith ?
20th Oct Why and how do I pray ?
27th Oct Half Term break
3rd Nov Why and how do I read the Bible ?
10th Nov How does God guide?
17th Nov How can I resist evil?
24th Nov Does God heal today?
1st Dec What about Church?
8th Dec Question time
Starts Wednesday 24th September.
Click on the link below for the full size poster!
2014 Alpha poster
ALPHA is an opportunity for anyone with any faith, or none, to explore the Christian faith in a relaxed setting over ten weeks. Each evening starts with a meal followed by a short talk, followed by discussion in small groups where everyone is encouraged to share their thoughts, beliefs and doubts!
The next ALPHA COURSE starts with an introductory meal on 25 September 2013 at 7.15pm at Holy Trinity Church.
You are welcome to come to this with no obligation to attend the whole ten week course. For more information email email@example.com or call 01373 462408
Organised by FROME AREA CHRISTIANS TOGETHER
The Bridge is a community café run by volunteers from several churches. We aim to provide a bridge between Christians and the local community.
Simple cheap food is offered, and it provides somewhere for locals to call in for a chat. Welfare benefit advice is also provided on two mornings a week.
On Tuesdays between 11am – 1pm, “Elim Connect” run a drop-in session for the homeless and the YMCA provide advice for over 25’s at the same time.
The Bridge Cafe is located at the junction of Trinity Street and Selwood Road. As well as using Fairtrade ingredients, the café sells Traidcraft Fairtrade coffee, tea, sugar etc.
The Bridge Cafe is currently open Wednesday, Thursday, Friday 11am – 4pm.
Tel: 01373 469944
Small Groups are the way we learn about God’s word together in an informal environment. They work well, because unlike Sunday morning at Church, you can shout out if you disagree and unlike reading the Bible on our own, if something doesn’t make sense, we can bounce ideas off each other.
All small groups are a little different, but if you’re not currently in a Small Group we really encourage you to join one.If you’d like to find a group, please contact the Church Office.