Who is the course for?
STEPS is for anyone who wants to work through an unhelpful thought or behaviour pattern in their lives. The course is open to people of all faiths and none – so you don’t need to have a Christian faith to benefit from the 12-step process, although we do reflect on the principles using a biblical narrative.
How is the course structured?
STEPS is based on three tools: the films, the book and the group. Each week we will watch a short film in our own time (20-25 mins), prepare our reflections based on the questions in the book, and then come together as a group on zoom to share our thoughts confidentially. Everyone is invited to share, but no one is forced.
How much does it cost?
The Introduction Session is free, and if you decide to sign up for the course it costs £15 plus postage to buy the course book.
When is the course being run?
Both courses start on Wednesday 9th March and run for 12 weeks. The lunchtime group is from 1-2pm and the evening course is from 7.30-8.45pm – so choose whichever time suits you best. Step 5 day will be held on Saturday 9th April 9.30am-12.45pm.
Will I have to share with strangers?
You can share as much or as little as you feel comfortable within the group. We have found that as the weeks go by, participants become more at ease and courageous in sharing their reflections. Your group will be guided by facilitators who ensure the group guidelines are kept: that no one gives advice, or comments on others’ reflections. It is simply a safe space to share.