St Alban's Church

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Pilgrim Course at St Alban’s

Posted on Friday 12th August, 2016

‘Pilgrim’ is a discipleship resource from the Church of England that explores what it means to travel through life with Jesus Christ.

The course will run at St Alban’s on six consecutive Sundays (from 12.15 to 13.15) starting on 28 August and ending on 2 October. The Course will be lead by Ursula Sonnewald, a Licensed Reader at Saint Alban’s (Email: .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address))

The group is for:

The six sessions — from 28 August to 2 October - will be as follows

Session One: Do you turn to Christ?
Explores the attraction of Jesus Christ. What happened when people met him? What would happen if you did?

Session Two: Do you believe and trust in God the Father?
What do Christians believe about God? This session uses the Old Testament to look at how God is like a Father.

Session Three: Do you believe in his Son Jesus Christ?
Looking in more detail at who Christians believe Jesus is, this session looks at what Jesus' baptism reveals about his identity.

Session Four: Do you believe in the Holy Spirit?
Uses the story of Pentecost to show how Christians believe the Holy Spirit makes Jesus present today.

Session Five: Do you repent of your sins?
Looks at what Christians call sin: that inbuilt tendency to get things wrong and God’s great desire to put things right.

Session Six: Do you renounce evil?
Explores the reality of evil, and how the Christian faith invites us to set the moral compass of our lives.

You can download a flyer for the course here and help us spread the word.

Lots more information on Pilgrim can be found at:

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Pilgrim -  exploring what it means to travel through life with Jesus Christ.

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  • Sunday
    Sung Eucharist 10:30am
  • Wednesday
    Holy Communion 10:30am

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