Alpha Course starts 11th October 2017, 7.15pm-9.45pm

You are warmly invited to an introductory meal and talk 'Is there more to life than this?' on 11th October 2017, 7.15pm-9.45pm
The course will then run for 9 sessions and finish on the 13th of December.

If you would like to attend, please sign up below or if you have any further questions please contact the church office on 01483 397 446 or email

The Alpha Course is an opportunity to explore the Christian faith without pressure or obligation. Run in a relaxed setting over ten thought-provoking weekly sessions, it includes a day away later in the course.

Alpha is usually held on Wednesdays at the TwelveThirty Café in Woking's town centre from 7.15pm to 9.45pm (finishing promptly).

It is low-key, friendly and fun. Designed primarily for people who aren't churchgoers, each Alpha course is open to everyone who would like to
attend. Guests attend for a wide variety of reasons. Many guests have
never been to church, while others may have attended church occasionally
but feel they have never really understood the basics of the Christian faith. Some don’t believe there is a God, while others may follow a different

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Each session begins with a meal. There is then a short talk, which looks at
a different aspect of the Christian faith each week. This is followed by a time
 of discussion in groups. Everyone is welcome, but not required to, contribute their opinion or ask any question for discussion with the rest of the group.
The emphasis is upon exploration and discovery in a relaxed and informal

There is no charge for attending the Alpha course, although we ask for a
small contribution towards the meal.
Over 13 million people worldwide have now attended an Alpha course, an opportunity to explore the meaning of life.



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What Alpha offers, and what is attracting thousands of people is permission, rare in secular culture, to discuss the big questions - life and death and their meaning."

The Guardian, London


"What distinguishes Alpha from other initiatives is the easy-going, relaxed feel of the proceedings - that, and its astonishing success."

The Times, London


"Many claim Alpha has changed their lives and appear genuinely happier for the experience."

Time Magazine


"Alpha is an unqualified triumph."

The Daily Telegraph, London


"Alpha makes Christianity relevant to modern life."

The Express, London

Rachael Purvis, 18/07/2014