In a continuing effort to enrich the faith lives of the adults of our parishes and beyond, Saint Alphonsus and Saint Alexis will offer a 12-week program called “Alpha” that explores the important questions of life and the Christian faith.  

Whether you are a lifelong Catholic, new to the faith, of a different Christian denomination or have never set foot in a church, Alpha is for you.

It will be offered on 12 consecutive Tuesdays from January 15 through April 2 at St. Alexis’ Friendship Hall (cafeteria). The program starts with dinner at 6:30 p.m., which is followed by a video presentation on the night’s topic and small group discussion of 8-10 people. Each session looks at a different question about faith and is designed to create conversation. 

Additionally, a local weekend retreat will be held midway through the program that focuses on the Holy Spirit. 

Alpha has proven to be a very powerful tool in building and growing a relationship with Jesus as well as leading to discipleship. Those who participated in prior Alpha sessions have remarked that it was a very powerful experience.

The program is open to all, not just Saint Alexis and Saint Alphonsus parishioners.  

​​Each small group will have a host and a helper.  The host facilitates the discussion (not a teacher or preacher) – allowing the conversation to flow.  The helper will be there to support the host and the group by praying throughout the evening for the group. 

If you want to participate in this dynamic program, please click here to register.

Questions? Please contact Pete Metzler or Rob Dougherty at alpha@SaintAlphonsusWexford.org.