Does it seem strange to be part of a church that has no program of study fo those who want to explore their faith? Helping each other grow, I would argue, is one of the core roles of a church. This role is made more important due to the almost two thousand years of Jesus’ message being corrupted by generations of people trying fit it into a religious box in order to support their own fears and biases. Noted theologians have publicly expressed dismay at the poor quality of theological training, which has done little to correct the corruption of Jesus’ message.
Who wants to be part of a study group to take a fresh look at the Gospels and at the man they endeavour to portray?