Ferndown's Big Questions
Ferndown's Big Questions

Poll has been completed

Big Questions - Events

Event Schedule

OK, so we have finished the poll, so what can we expect?

Over the next four mondays the questions below will be discussed at special events held at the Beacon Cafe (full details below).
The sessions will be in the form of a presentation, life experience and a more informal discussion where any further questions you may have can be presented to a panel.

Please register your interest and come along to be a part of these important events.

Location of the events:

The Beacon Cafe
St Marys Church,
Church Rd,

For further information please Contact Us

  • Monday November 5th @ 7:30pm

    What can we do to revitalise our town? How can the church help?

  • November 12th @ 7:30pm

    If God is love, how can he allow suffering?

  • November 19th @ 7:30pm

    What’s being a Christian like, do you have to go to church?

  • November 26th @ 7:30pm

    What are the views of God and the Church on homosexuality?

All events will be held in the Beacon Cafe

And the final top 10 questions were:

  • What's being a Christian like - do you have to go to church?12.0%
  • Do angels have a role in this secular world?11.3%
  • What are the views of God and the church in respect of homosexuality?10.4%
  • How can we be sure of the accuracy of who Jesus is/was?9.7%
  • If the devil was truly sorry, is it possible for God to forgive him?7.9%
  • In our local society how can we revitalise our town, encourage our youth and protect those who are older? What can the church do to help?7.8%
  • Does prayer really work? e.g. with depression7.7%
  • If God is love how can he allow suffering, violence, wars, and "natural" disasters? Why do babies and those who do good suffer?5.3%
  • Does God exist? or is he just a metaphor for good or something to explain the unknown?5.1%
  • Why does it feel that Christians can make newcomers or people different to them feel not good enough or not worthy?4.1%
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