Branches’ – a 10-week journey into life and faith from a Catholic perspective – offers young adults an opportunity to re-visit key issues of faith.
Branches is one night per week for young adults interested in exploring Christianity from a Catholic perspective. The course is aimed at an introductory level and covers topics such as ‘What am I looking for?’, ‘Who is Jesus? ?’, ‘Why and how should I read the bible?’, ‘How do I think about God?’, ‘How to read the Bible?’, ‘How can I pray?’, ‘How does Jesus heal us?’, ‘How does God guides us?’, and ‘Called to Mission’.
The format is dinner followed by a talk and then break into small discussion groups. There is also a weekend away on the theme of Relationships with self, God and others (not to be missed!) and a Branches mass and celebration dinner at the end of the course. For information please contact 9254 9855 or send a message to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Branches runs in the first half of each year at St. Pats. See the YUCAN website for more information.
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