Alpha Film Series
Alpha around the globe
The Alpha Film Series is a new resource designed to take the audience on a journey to explore the basics of the Christian faith.
Repackaged for today’s audience, the Alpha Film Series is emotive, engaging and epic in scale and scope. The episodes feature inspiring stories, interviews from all around the world, visual illustrations and motion graphics.
With sixteen language translations and eleven more translations currently in production, it’s a tool for anyone interested in running Alpha and is free to download on Alpha Builder. It covers all of the traditional Alpha content and is made up of fifteen episodes (each under thirty minutes), an introduction to the Alpha day or weekend as well as specific training videos.
Presenters Nicky Gumbel, the pioneer of Alpha, Gemma Hunt, a BAFTA award-winning TV presenter and Toby Flint, a curate at Holy Trinity Brompton church in London bring the traditional Alpha material to life in the new, global, interactive series.
Watch out for the inspiring stories and interviews of people from across all denominations, all around the world. These include:
Cardinal Schönborn: Archbishop of Vienna
Well known in the Catholic Church for editing the Catechism of the Catholic Church, based in Austria
Jose Henriquez Gonzalez
One of the thirty-three miners trapped for sixty-nine days at the San José mine, based in Chile
Former English international rugby union player, based in the United Kingdom
Alpha is a series of interactive sessions that explore the Christian faith. Each talk looks at a different question around faith and is designed to create conversation. Alpha is run all around the globe, in churches, bars, homes, coffee shops, workplaces, schools—you name it.
Typically, Alpha includes food, a short talk and a discussion at the end where guests can share their thoughts.
Alpha can be run with live talks, video talks or with the Alpha Film Series. You can search for an Alpha near you and if you want to find out more about Alpha, what it is and how it works; click to learn more.