Come yourself or bring a friend to one of our Explore Jesus Courses.

Jesus is certainly worth exploring. He said and did amazing things. This year St Michael’s will run four different courses that show why knowing Jesus is the best thing for all of us. The courses invite you to consider what the Bible says, and why it matters. You won’t be asked anything scary, but you yourself are welcome to ask anything.

The courses are free, and you’ll even get a bite to eat. We’d love to see you there.

Simply Christianity

(5 sessions over 5 weeks, based on Luke’s gospel)

Taste & See
A 4 week course with dinner provided each time.

321
An interactive video course over 4 sessions.

To commence Sunday 11 August 2024 (10am-11:30am, in the Bishop’s Office building, at our Wollongong site. RSVP to the office.

TBC (term 4)

Thursday evenings, to commence 7 November 2024, at Corrimal.

RSVP to the office (4228 9132) to express your interest in an upcoming course.

If you’d like to read the Bible with someone one-to-one to understand it better, please contact us and we can arrange this!

What is the 321 course all about?

Check out this overview of one of our Explore Jesus Courses, 'Simply Christianity'...

Here's what people had to say about the 'Simply Christianity' course...

“The discipline of reading the gospel from start to finish gave me a chance to reflect on the message Luke was relaying, and the accompanying conversations were also thought provoking… Thank you for a positive and informative experience.”

Julia(via Zoom, September 2021)

“I chose to attend Simply Christianity to take my first steps in learning about the Bible and Jesus. I enjoyed the freedom to speak my mind, the easy feel of the course and not being forced any personal questions or to read the Bible aloud.”

Elspeth(via Zoom, September 2020)

“Simply Christianity is a great opportunity to examine the historical reliability of the Bible, and investigate Jesus life and death as an adult. I felt very welcomed and thoroughly enjoyed the course. It’s definitely worth going along with a friend who wants to find out more about Christianity – even as a Christian there was a lot I didn’t know or had previously taken for granted.”

LaurenCourse participant, 2019