Faith news — April 1, 2020

SCC offers ‘Alpha’ course

Sequim Community Church is going “virtual” for its Alpha, the church’s introductory spiritual course.

With state-, nation- and world-wide concerns of physical distancing to help stop the spread of the novel coronavirus, the church will host the 10-week series will be held via Zoom video starting Wednesday, April 8.

Pastor Rick Dietzman leads discussions at a free course and includes subjects such as “Who is Jesus?,” “How Can I Have Faith?’” Why and How Should I Read the Bible?” and “Who is the Holy Spirit?” The course screens the Alpha film series followed by group discussions.

The first in the series — “Is There More to Life than This?” — starts at 6:30 p.m. on April 8.

See a two-minute introductory video and/or sign up online at www.sequimcommunitychurch.org/alpha.

For more information, call the church office at 360-683-4194 or email to rick@sequimcommunitychurch.org.

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