Curious Londoners exploring life’s big questions
Starting Wednesday 8th May, 2019
Over the past 3 years, we’ve had thousands of people read our articles and attend our events. In October 2018, we introduced the Salt Course to provide a context for Londoners to explore their spiritual questions further.
Due to popular demand, we ran it again in February 2019 and will be running a third course which begins in May 2019.
The course is designed for those who are interested to explore life’s big questions in a non-judgemental environment and is spread across 6 consecutive Wednesday evenings.
We’re going to spend the first three evenings dealing with the biggest objections or questions that Londoners have about the Christian faith.
Pleasure: Isn’t Christianity repressive?
Proof: Isn’t faith irrational?
Pain: Why is the world so broken?
And then we’ll spend three weeks looking at the intrinsic desires that we all have and asking how much does Christianity speak to these desires?
Peace: How can I find what I’m looking for?
Satisfaction: How can I find lasting fulfilment?
Hope: Is there a future for humanity?
The evening itself will involve the following:
We’ll have some good food together, courtesy of the folks at Costa, a short talk unpacking the question for us, then we’ll have discussion around tables in groups along with a Q&A at the end of the evening.
Six Wednesday evenings:
It will be 7:30 - 9:30pm. At Costa on the Cut (SE1 8LP).
We look forward to seeing you then!