What is the best future you could imagine?
There are few emotions more powerful than hope. But these days, hope often feels hard to come by. Where can we find a hope that won’t disappoint us?
Hope Explored looks at the life, death and resurrection of Jesus in Luke's Gospel. This three-session series shows that Christianity is about real hope: a joyful expectation for the future, based on true events in the past, which changes everything about my present.
Be part of Hope Explored this spring
At St Oswald's Haberfield, starting from Sunday 22 October > Find out more.
At St Bede's Drummoyne, starting from Sunday 29 October > Find out more.
At St Alban's Five Dock, starting from Sunday 5 November > Find out more.
What should you expect at Hope Explored?
All sessions start with a time to connect, relax and build friendships over lunch.
The Hope Explored sessions include a chance to read straight from the Bible, a short film to prompt discussion and an opportunity to share our own questions and thoughts. The sessions cover the themes of Hope, Peace and Purpose.
One of the most important components of Hope Explored is the chance to ask questions and share different points of view. We love making space to explore - there’s nothing you can’t ask at Hope Explored.
Want to join in? Register now for our Hope Explored course.