What do you believe?

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 session involves a short film and time for discussion. Everyone is welcome.



Sycamore groups meet in person or online. There’s some great conversation, a real sense of community, and often some delicious food. There’s no pressure, so you can be yourself without any fear of being judged.


Many churches and chaplaincies are longing to share their faith and looking for resources to help them in their outreach and teaching. See how the Sycamore programme can help you, and how easy it is to get started.


Sycamore is a modular programme, with over thirty different courses on offer. You can use Sycamore for your enquiry groups, for catechesis and sacramental preparation, for adult faith formation, and for school RE.


This live map shows many of the communities that are currently using the Sycamore programme – but it is not exhaustive!

If you would like your group to be listed on the map, please complete the Registration Form (New Users) or Update your Groups (Existing Users) and ensure you tick the “Sycamore Network” box at the end of Section B.

We Need Your Help

Sycamore is bringing people together and helping them grow in faith. Your support means we can keep the Sycamore resources completely free to use so that everyone can benefit. Please become part of our mission and donate now.