Preview the Alpha Talks
Preview the talks, training and supporting tools below to find the one that’s the best fit for your audience. To download all of the Alpha course videos, team training and supporting tools, create an Alpha today.
Alpha Cantonese Teens Series (ACTS)
ACTS is designed to engage students in conversations about life, faith and Jesus. ACTS has been reimagined for today’s youth culture. Through 13 engaging talks, ACTS creates a space for students to explore and develop a relationship with Jesus.
Chinese Alpha Film Series
The Chinese Alpha Film Series is Alpha’s first fully contextualized version of the Alpha Film Series. Filmed entirely in Chinese, the series allows audiences to explore life, faith, and meaning through culturally relevant content. The series is filmed in seven locations around the world.
Alpha Film Series
The Alpha Film Series is designed for today’s audience. It was filmed all around the world, and features interviews with world-famous leaders and inspiring stories. Two new hosts, Toby Flint and Gemma Hunt, join Nicky Gumbel to unpack the basics of the Christian faith in an updated and engaging way.
Alpha Next Gen (Cantonese)
Alpha Next Gen Series is a new mini-film series made in Hong Kong. It is hosted in Cantonese by Chapman Fu and Matches Mak. It delivers the unchanging message of salvation to this generation, catering to students, young adults and the digital generation.
Alpha Scripts are downloadable scripts that provide you the template to deliver the talks live in person, rather than using the videos.
Alpha Film Series D
Same loved Alpha Film Series content featuring a new interactive format with discussion breaks throughout each episode. We hope this new format will encourage engagement from your Alpha guests, as well as help your hosts and helpers to facilitate the discussion time easily.
Alpha Youth Film Series
Alpha Youth Film Series (2013) is designed to engage students in conversations about life, faith and Jesus. Discussion time is interspersed throughout the short talks to make it simpler for them to share their thoughts and questions. It’s great for youth groups, and easy for students to run for their friends.