Who is Jesus?
He loves people in a radical, counter cultural way.
He claims to be able to give broken people a fresh start, a new life and a real hope for the future.
He claims to be God. He acts consistently with that claim. The many eye witnesses who saw Jesus speak and perform miracles during his life were so impacted by him that they left everything to follow him. That same group were so certain that he appeared to them after rising from the dead that many died for their testimony. They believed, as we do, that it is only through faith in the life, death and resurrection of Jesus Christ that we can have a relationship with God and share eternal life with him.
We are not interested in blind faith. We base our trust in Jesus on solid evidence.
There are only four options with Jesus. He is either Lord, Lunatic, Liar or a Legend.
We would love for you to investigate Jesus further. Please consider joining us for church, joining a Christianity Explored course or joining a Growth Group.
If you would like to investigate the claim that Jesus is Lord then we would love you to attend our course called ‘Christianity Explored’.
We believe there is no such thing as a dumb question! Everyone is welcome, no matter what age, or background or religion.
Christianity Explored is an informal & relaxed course. It’s designed to help people explore the big issues we all think about. It looks at the person at the heart of the Christian faith – Jesus Christ. It follows his life and teaching though the Gospel of Mark.
To find out about more about Christianity Explored, contact us here
If you feel ready to connect at a deeper level straight away, why not join a Growth Group?
What do we believe?
We believe in Jesus:
- that God became a man in the person of Jesus Christ.
- that Jesus was crucified and rose again to bring us forgiveness and new life.
- that Jesus is gathering people to spend eternity with him.
- that we should share this ‘good news’ in how we live, that we should share it with our neighbours, family and friends.
To find out more, feel free to get in contact with James, come along on a Sunday or join us for a Christianity Explored course.
For the theologians amongst you who are in search of more details (God bless you!) a full statement of what we believe as an Anglican Church can be found
- in the Thirty nine articles
- the Nicene and Apostles creeds
- and the Anglican prayer books