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08 Aug 2017

Rooted: An “After Alpha” Experience

By | Aug 8, 2017|Alpha|

At Truro we believe the action happens in circles, not rows. This is why we invite people to explore faith in small groups around a dinner table (Alpha) instead of in a classroom. But what happens after Alpha? In order for us to be truly formed as Christians we need

19 Apr 2017

Be childish!

By Jason Lalone| Apr 19, 2017|Alpha|

As soon as we start putting together our own thoughts as a child, we start to question. We want answers to how and why things work: Why do I have to go to school? Why are my parents telling me to not eat chocolate all day? How does this clock

13 Apr 2017

“Food for Thought” — a Party!

By | Apr 13, 2017|Alpha|

One week from today, we begin Spring Alpha. Come join us, and invite a friend! Invite a friend because our “Food for Thought” intro dinner is a no-pressure way to experience the ethos of Alpha: great food, new friends, and the chance to ask big questions. In addition to a

01 Feb 2017

Your Kids love Alpha, Too!

By | Feb 1, 2017|Alpha|

This past year, my wife Hannah and I had a baby. Well, she did most of the having, but our baby Isaiah was born last April. You’ve probably seen him, he’s the one who is objectively the most beautiful baby boy to be born this century. Isaiah is now nine

30 Jan 2017

To My Amazement, Alpha.

By Jason Lalone| Jan 30, 2017|Alpha|

In 2012 I took this course called Alpha. I had heard about Alpha through Truro Anglican Church and decided that the opportunity for free food on a Friday night sounded delightful. To my amazement, the food was excellent! But more than that the people were actually friendly and welcoming. It didn’t

25 Jan 2017

Nesheim Testimony

By | Jan 25, 2017|Alpha|

24 Jan 2017

“Come and See” at Alpha

By | Jan 24, 2017|Alpha|

Here at Truro, we make space for something called Alpha. This is a 10-week community that invites you to ask big questions; none are too hostile or too simple. We’ll eat together and hear a talk on topics from the meaning of Jesus’ death to Evil. We began this past