Wondering what life’s all about?

During the COVID19 pandemic many are asking questions about life, meaning, and purpose. In all the upheaval many are also asking questions about faith in Jesus.

Just curious to find out…?

Jubilee Church is for those of faith and those searching or just curious about Jesus.  You might like to investigate on your own and if so we want to help point you to some resources that you might find helpful – click the resource that takes your fancy.
However, finding faith is often done best with others and so we would love to help if we can – do get in touch we’d love to chat and hook you up with other curious souls!

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Links to useful resources

[pillar_card type=”horizontal” title=”If God Then What?” subtitle=”Wondering aloud about truth, origins and redemption” image=”10670″ link=”″]Looking for answers to those big faith questions? If God, Then What?’ is a profound, quirky and amusing take on life’s biggest questions. We encounter truth by sharing stories and asking questions. Andrew Wilson asks nine big questions about truth, origins and redemption, and wonders aloud about the possible answers, offering a fresh way of looking at life and a different way of communicating the gospel. As he ponders those questions with you, the author will leave you with a fresh, new and exciting perspective on the life-giving gospel of Christ.

Buy the book here

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Is there more to life than this?

Alpha – it’s helped millions

Alpha is an opportunity to explore the meaning of life in an informal, fun and friendly environment. The Alpha course consists of a series of talks, looking at topics including ‘Who is Jesus?’ and ‘Why and how do I pray?’, with the option of a weekend away. Millions have now done the course and found it helpful.

Christianity Explored

Christianity Explored Ministries helps people to meet Jesus in the pages of the Bible. They publish a range of materials to introduce Jesus Christ to those who are unfamiliar with his message.There are loads of helpful resources on their website.

Canon J.John

Canon J.John communicate profound truths in a fun and inspiring way. In this link entitled how to become a Christian he gives 4 reasons for faith and talks about how God wants to communicate with us and how He came into the world we know so that we can connect with Him.  So who is this God? We all have different ideas of what God is like. Many of us imagine him as a stern old man, ready to point the finger and tell us off, or as the ‘Great Architect’ who set the world in motion then sat back and observed us from a distance. Why not look beyond these images and discover something more about who God really is and exactly how he feels about us.

Curious about the bible

Curious to get into the bible but not sure where or how to start. Try The Bible Project, helping people experience the Bible as a unified story that leads to Jesus.

Professor John Lennox

John Lennox, Professor of Mathematics at Oxford University, is an internationally renowned speaker on the interface of science, philosophy and religion. He regularly teaches at many academic institutions, is Senior Fellow with the Trinity Forum and has written a series of books exploring the relationship between science and Christianity. This link will take you to a talk asking is it reasonable to believe in God?  There are many other lectures and resources on his website that you might find interesting.

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What on earth are we missing? Philip Yancey believes we are missing the supernatural hidden in everyday life. In Rumours of Another World, Yancey investigates the natural world and discovers the supernatural hiding in plain view. He grapples with why God made the world and what our role truly is, and seeks to answer the question, ‘How do I live in the natural world while expressing the values of the supernatural?’ Philip writes, ‘I have come to understand faith as the highest form of integrated encounter. Faith puts together, assembles, re-orders, accepting the entire world as God’s handiwork. We live among clues, like rescuers sifting through pieces of stained glass shattered by a bomb, and only with a blueprint or some memory of original design can we begin to connect the shards, to assemble them into a pattern that makes sense of our world. ‘Nature and super nature are not two separate worlds, but different expressions of the same reality. To encounter the world as a whole, we need a more supernatural awareness of the natural world.’ Yancey invites readers to join him on a journey of discovery. He challenges us to tune into ‘rumors of another world,’ and connect the seen with the unseen. He promises that the grace-filled result will be a life of beauty, purpose, freedom, and faith.

[/pillar_card][pillar_card type=”horizontal” title=”Making Sense of God” subtitle=”An Invitation to the Sceptical” image=”10671″ link=”″]We live in an age of scepticism. Our society places such faith in empirical reason, historical progress, and heartfelt emotion that it’s easy to wonder: why should anyone believe in Christianity? What role can faith and religion play in our modern lives?

In this thoughtful and inspiring book, pastor and New York Times bestselling author Timothy Keller invites sceptics to consider that Christianity is as relevant now as ever. As human beings, we cannot live without meaning, satisfaction, freedom, identity, justice and hope – and Christianity provides us with unsurpassed resources to meet all these needs. Written for both sceptic and believer, Making Sense of God shines a light on the profound value and importance of Christianity in our lives.[/pillar_card][pillar_card type=”horizontal” title=”Reason for Belief” subtitle=”Belief in an age of scepticism” image=”10672″ link=”″]As the pastor of an inner-city church in New York City, Timothy Keller has compiled a list of the most frequently voiced ‘doubts’ sceptics bring to his church, as well as the most important reasons for faith.

In THE REASON FOR GOD, he addresses each doubt and explains each reason.Keller uses literature, philosophy, real-life conversations, and reasoning to explain how faith in a Christian God is a soundly rational belief, held by thoughtful people of intellectual integrity with a deep compassion for those who truly want to know the truth[/pillar_card]