Alpha in a Catholic Context

Alpha in a Catholic Context begins Monday 14th May 2018 @ 7.30 pm* in the Jurgen Centre next to Our Lady of the Assumption Church in Englefield Green. It’s our second Alpha and you are cordially invited! Read on for more details:

What is Alpha?

Alpha is an opportunity to explore life and the Christian faith, in a friendly, open and informal environment. Alpha is not so much a course, but an experience! Gathering once a week over a ten week period, each Alpha experience brings people together to ponder basic questions about life. We eat together, we listen to a talk and then we gather together in small groups for discussion. Over 29 million people across the globe have participated in Alpha. Who is Alpha for? Alpha is for everyone and anyone. The beauty of Alpha is that there are no questions that are too hostile, too silly or too simple. Alpha has no prerequisites whatsoever. We come together with one another as we are, free to be ourselves.

“Alpha provides a communal context where people can once again ask the fundamental basic questions about life: “Why are we here, who are we, what’s our purpose?”

It is a fantastic way to begin to draw people into a deeper communion with the Church.” [Matt Maher, Catholic Worship Leader]

When/Where is Alpha being held?

Alpha will run on Monday evenings (7:30-9:45pm *) in the Jurgens Center, Church of Our Lady of the Assumption, Englefield Green. It begins on Monday, May 14th and will run over 10 weeks. You needn’t attend all of the sessions, though you probably won’t want to miss one, once you get started!

How do I sign up?

Just send an email to: *or call the parish office on 01784 477620.