The Alpha Weekend (or Day Together) is an opportunity for groups to get together to watch and discuss 3 or 4 Alpha talks. This is the time when relationships are deepened and lives are impacted by specific times for prayer.

The purpose of the weekend is to learn about the Holy Spirit, discuss the talks, pray with guests, and ask God to fill them with His Holy Spirit. It's usually held after Week 6 or 7 depending on your schedule.

If you're running an online Alpha, here are a few resources to help you plan and prepare:

1 - MyAlpha > Learning Centre:
Log in to watch the 6-minute video called "Prayer Ministry and the Alpha Weekend" that explains more about how to do this online.

2 - MyAlpha > Series Materials:
Log in to access the "Alpha Online Day Together" info sheet with sample schedules and prayer ministry tips. Share the "Alpha Day Experience" info with your guests!

3 - Webinar page > How to Run the Alpha Weekend Online (May 12)
Visit the webinar page for past recordings. The May 12th webinar highlights Alpha weekend top tips from 3 Alpha leaders: Tanya Noye, Halifax, NS; Mike Perks, Burnaby, BC; Kelsey Eichelt, Edmonton, AB.


If you're running an Alpha in person (in homes or small groups at church), here is a recommended schedule:

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