Oxford Diocese run a number of courses throughout the year to help develop discipleship and learning.
See summary below:
Understanding The Creeds
We invite you to join the first of our discipleship courses at St Mary’s as we begin our new program to grow deeper as disciples of Christ.
The first course will look at the Creeds, in particular the Apostles Creed and Nicene Creed. Over five weeks we will explore some of the important questions that Christians should ask about these statements of faith:
Through history, theology and personal reflection we will carry out a range of different activities to look more deeply at these early Christian documents. We will look at what some of these statements mean and how they came about. Some of these statements in the creeds were there because of controversies and arguments that were happening at the time. By looking at these we will understand more about how the Christian faith helped to define some of the things we believe today.
It is also hoped that the course will help members to grow as Christians and develop a deeper understanding that will help personal faith but will also help to express to others what we as a church believe.
When will it run?
Mondays from 7.45pm to 9.15pm in Church or the Church Hall
Starts November 9th for five weeks. We feel that this is the right amount of time as we know that many people are also involved in other ministries in church.
Who is it aimed at?
Any members of our church who would like to begin to deepen and grow their understanding of the Christian faith. This is also open to home groups that might want to join the course together and we can always be flexible if those groups want some part of the evening to meet separately. Just let us know if that’s the case.
To sign up for the course please complete one of the forms on the information desk, or email the church office firstname.lastname@example.org
If you want to know more then speak to:
Director of Discipleship