We exist not just for Christians but for anyone who wants to investigate the claims of Jesus—the person at the very heart of Christianity.
God made us, to live with Him forever, yet things are not right between us and God. But, out of His love for us, God sent his Son, Jesus Christ, to die in our place.
Christ died for sins, once for all, the righteous for the unrighteous, to bring you to God.
1 Peter 3:18
Then God raised Jesus to life again as the Lord and Saviour of all. And God now urges everyone to trust in his Son, to be made right with Him.
To be a Christian is to know Jesus personally. If you would like to examine the claims of the Christian faith, we would like to help. Contact us so that we can talk further.
We run our Jesus Works series throughout the year to help people understand Christianity. It’s informal, free, simple and great fun. It helps anyone investigate Christianity, or just brush up on the basics. You won’t be asked to pray, sing or read aloud, and you can ask any questions you like. Or, if you prefer, you can just come along and listen. You will be welcomed, in a safe and respectful environment designed to suit different ages and people.
Please also come along to a Sunday gathering to explore who Jesus is and what it means to follow him.
Jack grew up with no faith in God and he was skeptical about Christianity, but he decided to investigate it for himself to be sure of what he believed. Watch this video to hear Jack’s story.
‘When I was in high school I’d met some Christians, but I always thought that maybe they were only Christians because their parents believed it, and Christianity is probably something that people grow out of, and I assume if I look at it there’ll be some pretty big and hard-to-deal-with holes …
‘When I started going along to these Bible studies at university I found out the guy I was meeting with had become a Christian as an adult, and this wasn’t something that had entered my mind as possible before—that people would become convinced of Christianity.
‘It was totally new in my experience, and so I was going in with a somewhat open mind, but at the same time I was definitely skeptical and I was looking for holes in it.’