Here at Church for People who don't go to Church we like to ask questions - especially the kind of questions you're not usually allowed to ask in church. This month we're looking at the world around us and asking "is God a capitalist?" Does Christianity's God fit into the way we do things in Western society, or does He offer another route? Do you need to be poor to be a Christian, or should hard work be rewarded with fair pay? Is God greedy? What does the Bible say on this, and how does the modern Church fit into it all? If you're interested in the answers we found, have a listen!
Church for People who don't go to Church runs on the first of every month, at St Stephen's Church in Norwich city centre (right opposite the Chapelfield Mall's main entrance!). Things kick off at 11:30, and there's a bring-and-share lunch afterwards for those of us hungry for more than just answers.
Everyone is welcome, this includes skeptics, peptics, philosophical eclectics, knitters, keep-fitters, question askers, multi-taskers, lovers, haters and YOU!
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