investigateAre you interested in finding out more about the Christian faith?

At Chalmers we want to encourage people to investigate for themselves what the Bible says about who Jesus is. In fact, we believe this is the most important question any of us ever asks and would love to help you explore what the Bible says. The video below is a helpful introduction to who Jesus is and why he came.


If you, or someone you know, would like to investigate Christianity further, there are a number of ways you can do that.

Untitled design (10)Untitled design (9)   A great way to begin investigating Christianity is to meet with a Christian friend or someone in the church to read Mark’s Gospel.  There is a great resource called ReadMark to help guide you through it.  Visit the ReadMark page to find out more.

If you would prefer to read the Bible in a group, why not try the Christianity Explored course? Just come along, look at a Bible passage, and ask any questions you'd like, or sit and listen if you'd prefer. Visit the Christianity Explored page to find out more.
     
Attend a Sunday service (1)   Come along to one of the Sunday services to hear more about what Christians believe. Services are currently only available via live stream.  Many people who investigate Christianity find coming to church for a term really helpful in beginning to understand the Bible and getting to know Christians who they can talk to about life’s big questions.
     
Copy of Attend a Sunday servic   Chalmers Church is full of people whose lives have been transformed by Jesus. Why not take some time to listen to stories of how some of them came to believe in him for themselves?
     
Listen to useful podcasts (1)Untitled design (8)   If you want to keep investigating Christianity online, here are a few ideas.

Why not take some time to listen to podcasts on some of the topics that you might find most helpful?

You can also have a look at the Christianity Explored website for great videos answering lots of tough questions.


For more information about ways to investigate Christianity, email Naomi Wright, church administrator.