Many churches and chaplaincies are longing to share their faith with others and welcome people into their own communities. Sycamore can help you reach out to others.
What is Sycamore?
How can we find happiness? What’s the meaning of life? Is there a God? Does prayer make a difference?
Sycamore is an informal course about the Christian faith and its relevance for life today. It gives you space to meet other people, share ideas, explore your beliefs, and think about questions that really matter.
Each Sycamore session involves a short film and some time for discussion. There’s no pressure and no commitment. You can be yourself without any fear of being judged.
There’s a real sense of community, a spirit of friendship, some great conversation, and often some delicious food. Everyone is welcome.
You can find out more by exploring:
NEWS! - response to Covid-19 Pandemic:
THE SYCAMORE FILMS ARE NOW ON OPEN ACCESS FOR THE NEXT SIX MONTHS
It’s a difficult time for everyone with the Coronavirus emergency - but also an important time to support one another in faith and to reach out to others beyond our communities.
In many places it has become impossible for group meetings to take place. Many Sycamore parishes have been asking us how we can make the Sycamore videos available for parishioners to watch at home and to participate in remote groups.
In an effort to support parishes and Catholic communities in every way possible, we have made all of the Sycamore films OPEN ACCESS so that they can be viewed online at home by anyone who wishes, without a subscription or log-in.
You can access the Film Pages here: