Alpha for Youth & Campus

Alpha is a series of interactive sessions run over 8-12 weeks where anyone can explore life and the Christian faith in a friendly, open and informal environment. In each session there’s food, a short talk, and discussion in small groups. It runs in churches, homes, cafes and schools all around the world. No two Alphas look the same, but they all have three key things in common: food, watching a video, and having a chat.

 

FOOD
Every session begins with food, whether it's a three course meal or a light snack. Eating food together creates space for people to connect, relax and build friendships. 

WATCH
The talks are designed to engage guests and inspire conversation. They explore the big issues around faith and unpack thebasics of Christian faith, addressing questions like "Who is Jesus?", "Why and how do I pray?" and "How does God guide us?" 

 

CHAT
The discussion allows people to share their thoughts and questions about the talks without fear of being corrected or judged. Our training helps small group leaders facilitate this discussion time and keep it a positive and comfortable experience for guests.

Resources | Through 12 episodes filmed in Vancouver, London, Paris and Jerusalem, the Alpha Youth Film Series explores timeless questions about life, faith and God for a new generation. The series offers compelling stories, images, questions, and discussion topics well spread throughout each episode to better engage youth, helping them think about how these issues relate to their lives as they discuss with their friends and leaders. Register your Alpha below to download the series.

For more questions on Alpha for Youth & Campus, call 6469 5085 or email: lynette.lim@alpha.org

 

"Alpha was a good evangelism tool because it provided us with a non-threatening avenue where people from all walks of life were able to come
together to share their stories.…
Through Alpha, we were able to build strong friendships and show guests what it means to have a Christian community. .
Alpha allows anyone to ask burning questions without feeling judged. Everyone comes as they are.”

Jamie Teo
Alpha at SMU Student Leader
Faith Methodist Church
 

Watch Episode ONE Below: "Life: Is this it?"