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Norwich church invite to 'Questioning faith' sessions

St Stephen's church in Norwich is putting on a lunchtime group for people who have questions about the Christian faith and would like to find out more.

The sessions will be held at the church, which is located on Rampant Horse Street, close to Chapelfield in Norwich and will be facilitated by the curate Rev Dr Alex Irvine.

Rev Irvine said, "It is called Questioning Faith and it is for people who are not quite ready for something like an Alpha course, but have an interest in finding more out about Christianity. It's purpose is to help "clear the ground" of some questions people might have about the Christian faith."

The groups will be very short (30 mins on Wednesday lunchtimes). It is intended to fit into people's lunch-breaks and will start at 12.45. There will be a short video (5 mins) to introduce a question and a way of thinking about it. Then there will be an open floor discussion for 25 mins.


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