Welcome to Alpha
What is Alpha?
Alpha is for:
Anyone interested in finding out more about the Christian faith.
Learning and laughter. It is possible to learn about the Christian faith and have fun at the same time.
Pasta & pudding. Eating a meal together gives people an opportunity to get to know each other.
Helping one another. The small groups give you a chance to discuss issues raised during the talks.
Ask anything. Alpha is a place where no question is seen as too simple or too hostile.
Alpha is for everyone! It’s especially geared to:
There is a series of talks on topics such as:
After each talk there is a small-group time for everyone to discuss any questions or issues they have. This gives an opportunity to get to know each other and to learn together.
The “why me” of all this can be answered by asking oneself the question: “Am I knowledgeable about the Lord and am I prepared to speak intelligently of His Love?” If either answer is no, then Alpha if for you. In addition, all this is fun, stimulating, and incredibly growth provoking!
There is no charge for the Alpha course.
To introduce the course there will be a dinner.
Check the “Announcements & Activities” page for actual date.
Childcare will be provided upon request.
Agenda for the evening:
6:30 PM to 7:30 PM Dinner
7:30 PM to 8:30 PM Video, Q & A and course registration
To obtain reservations for dinner, please Email: firstname.lastname@example.org or
Phone Art Tavenor at 727-754-6345.
If you are unable to make the dinner, you may still register for the course.
Email or call for registration details.
All classes will begin with supper at 6:30pm and will end at 9:00pm.
See the “Announcement & Activities page for actual dates.
The venue for all events will be Holy Trinity Episcopal
church property at
Holy Trinity Episcopal Church
Would you like to bring Alpha to your church?
The ideal way to bring Alpha to your church would be to have a team of four or more attend an Alpha conference.
Go to www.alphausa.org to find information about the next scheduled conference.
Another suggestion would be to have the team attend a 10-week course.
See above for details on the Welcome dinner and the course.