Investigating Christianity?

It can take a long time to come to grips with the Christian faith and to reach the point where you can make informed spiritual decisions. Here are a few resources to help you along the way:

Christianity Explored

We all get one life to live and deep down we're all asking the same question – what's it all about?

Christianity Explored is a 7-week video and discussion course for anyone who has asked, "What is Christianity, and why does it matter?"

Each week features a video designed to explain an aspect of Christian belief and to stimulate open discussion giving people time and space to think through life's tough questions.

Join us on Sunday, February 11, from 5:30-7:30pm at the home of Rich and Sue Buesch (4912 Princeton Drive, North Royalton, 44133). 
Everyone is welcome and there is no cost to attend. Food and childcare will be provided so an RSVP would be greatly appreciated.


The Story: Creation, Fall, Rescue, Restoration

View this short digital booklet that summarizes a true story. It is like many good stories you've heard or read, but the more you read, the more you'll realize this is not just another story - it is The Story. It defines us all. It makes us think about who we are and who we can become.


Two Ways to Live: The Choice We All Face

The message at the heart of Christianity is really quite simple - simple enough to be outlined in a few pages. It is a message from the Bible about God and His Son, Jesus. It is about life and death, and the choice we all face. And, it all starts with a loving creator God.


Read the Bible

If you are looking for a place in the Bible to better understand Christianity, then start with one of the four gospel accounts about Jesus of Nazareth. You can pick up a printed copy of the Bible or download the free YouVersion Bible App on your mobile device and start their 12-day reading plan for the Gospel of Luke.


Join us on Sunday mornings

Meeting up with other people who are a little further on their spiritual journeys is a great way to find out what it means, in practice, to live with God at the center of your life. 


Ask God to Make You a Christian

"Heavenly Father, I admit that I am weaker and more sinful than I ever believed, but, through your Son, Jesus Christ, I can be more loved and accepted that I ever dared to hope. I thank you that Jesus lived the life I should have lived, and paid the debt and punishment I owed. Receive me now for His sake. I turn from my sins and receive Him as Savior. Amen."