Is there more to life than this?


We can't convince you. All we can do is share that we have found so much more.

We have discovered that the words of Jesus are true when he says:

'I have come in order to give you life to the full. " (John 10.10).

Our lives are being transformed from the inside out as we learn to trust more in Jesus.

Is there more to life than this?

We invite you to explore the question for yourself.  

“The unexplored life is not worth living!”   -  Plato


To explore questions about life why not Try Alpha? 

It is a great place to start.  Alpha runs for 12 sessions over three months. Each session includes refreshments, a short film, and an opportunity for small group discussion. The groups are led by supportive leaders who ensure a safe environment where everyone is welcome to share their views when respecting the views of others.

"I soon realized it was about a relationship, not about a religion."  - Kate Britten, Chatteris  #tryalpha

  • 1: Is there more to life than this?
  • 2: Who is Jesus? 
  • 3: Why did Jesus die? 
  • 4: How can I have faith? 
  • 5 : How and why should I pray? 
  • 6: How and why should I read the Bible? 
  • 7: How does God guide us? 
  • 8: Who is the Holy Spirit? 
  • 9: What does the Holy Spirit do?  
  • 10: How can I be filled with the Holy Spirit?  
  • 11: How can I make the most of the rest of my life?  
  • 12: How can I resist evil? 
  • 13: Why and how should I tell others? 
  • 14: Does God heal today? 
  • 15: What about the church? 

The film series can be found on Youtube under the TryAlpha The first episode 01 is below 

The Alpha Course run several times a year in Chatteris.  Please email Alison Doulton to find out when the next course is starting.


"Is it a bit like poetry? 

Difficult to pin down?

Or, is it more like a conversation?"

Something shared / Something grasped / Something understood? 

One thing is for sure; God is not a slot machine.

God is person.

When we pray, some one is listening. Someone who understands. 

Sadly, deep down many people think that God is not that nice, he does not like us very much and he spends most of his time being cross with us. This could not be further from the truth. 

Like a match strike, prayer can set events in motion that I have not yet imagined.

And so we pray, using the words that Jesus taught us...

Our Father in heaven,
hallowed be your name,
your kingdom come,
your will be done,
on earth as in heaven.
Give us today our daily bread.
Forgive us our sins
as we forgive those who sin against us.
Lead us not into temptation
but deliver us from evil.
For the kingdom, the power,
and the glory are yours
now and for ever.