Coronavirus is leading many of us to ask some of life's big questions.
We believe these 'COVID Conversations' help us explore some of the answers Christianity gives and the difference that makes in the lives of individual Christians.
COVID CONVERSATIONS - THE WORD 121 INTRODUCTION
3rd June at 8 PM
Many people haven’t read the historical accounts of Jesus. Join us for this 40-minute Zoom webinar as we read Episode 1 of John’s biography using a resource called 'The Word One to One.'
Matt Lloyd and Matt Dew-Jones, who hosted COVID Conversations, will lead the evening. This webinar format means those joining remain unseen observers but includes the chance to ask questions. Registration is required but will generate a link immediately should you register last minute.
If you'd like to get in touch but can't join us for a 121 Session, feel free to connect with us. We'd love to chat more.
Each Conversation includes interviews with people from the local community,
followed by reflections and Q&A from those watching in.
The Conversations are available via the YouTube links below.
How do we cope when
Matt Lloyd knows what it is for life to be sailing along and then for everything to change in an instant. An utterly unexpected spinal cord injury left him starting life again from scratch. Join us as we explore how Christianity gave Matt hope, and the hope Christianity holds out to us all in this time of great change.
How do we
Mary Dew-Jones’ sense of security was stripped away in an instant – walking along a street in broad-daylight, she was stabbed in the back by someone who should have been in a mental institution. The encounter left both physical and mental scars. Join us as we hear how Christianity gave her a firm foundation on which to rebuild and how it can help all of us face the anxiety Coronavirus breeds.
How do we find
hope in a fragile world?
Our mortality is one of the last taboos in our culture. We struggle to even know how to talk about it. Join us for an evening engaging with our culture, hear the experiences of different generations and explore the possibility of lasting hope.