WHEN: Tuesdays, October 10th thru November 14th, from 6:00-7:45 PM
WHERE: WPC fellowship hall for dinner and discussion.
WHO: For those who are unconvinced or considering what Christianity is really all about.
Christianity Explored is an outreach of our church that aims to introduce friends
and acquaintances to Jesus Christ within the context of a caring community. As the
gospel of Mark is read, taught, and discussed, our guests explore three questions
that cut to the heart of Christianity: Who is Jesus? Why did He come? And what
does Jesus demand of those who want to follow Him? You may have friends who
haven’t made sense of the gospel as the good news of Jesus Christ. This study on
Tuesday evenings would be the perfect place for them to come and ask questions
and receive answers about having a relationship with God. This study will be led in
a non-threatening way to help people understand the foundation of the claims of
Jesus Christ in a clear way. Each of the six lessons is organized to allow
participants to openly and honestly discuss their thoughts and concerns in ways
that respect a non-Christian’s fears and lack of biblical knowledge. If you have
been looking for an effective and clear way for your friends to hear and consider
the claims of Christ, this would be a good introduction to the beliefs of
You may be wondering, “How do I invite someone to Christianity Explored?”
You will find printed invitations to hand out at the welcome center outside the
sanctuary. Take some and give them to your friends who are unconvinced or
considering the claims of Christ Jesus. Give your friend the printed invitation and
say something like: I want to invite you to Christianity Explored. CE is a short,
practical introduction to the Christian faith where you can pursue understanding
and ask questions about God and His plan for us. You will be served by a team of
people who will introduce you to what the Bible teaches about why we are here.
Child-care is provided. The Tuesday evening meetings will take place in the
fellowship hall at WPC. Each evening begins with dinner at 6:00 p.m., includes a
talk, and ends with an opportunity to discuss and study the Bible in an open and
friendly setting. We will finish at 7:45 p.m. Consider it an adventure in learning
about why we are here.