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Short Course:
Bring out the Kingdom in your community

Christian theology applied.
Do you have a heart to share Christ’s love with your community? Are you looking to improve your evangelism skills? Could you help address your community’s challenges with the right practical tools?

Date(s)
19 January 2019–22 June 2019

Location
London City Mission, London SE1 2AH

Price
£25–£150

Accreditation?
Optional, Moorlands College Certificate

Our Christian Community Development and Evangelism Certificate has been designed with you in mind. Run in partnership with The Message and London City Mission, this course will help you engage with the spiritual challenges of your local community.

God is always at the centre of our communities whether we recognise him or not. He always has been and always will be until the end. His aim has always been Holy ‘Common Unity’. We need to get in step with Him. By us following Jesus (Heb.12:2) and being filled with the Holy Spirit we can be ready as God unleashes His sovereign power – even in the most hostile neighbourhoods. Let us prayerfully move forward, directed by Him for His Glory.


Choose to attend either individual Saturdays or all six sessions—or study it as an accredited course. First select a date on the right, then choose the appropriate ticket.

The accredited course involves six written assignments and requires attendance of all six sessions. No lunch included, but you are welcome to bring your own.

Teaching Team

Sessions will be lead by experienced trainers from Moorlands College, The Message Trust, London City Mission and Christian Concern.

Course content

19 January 2019: Applied theological tools of the trade
Colin Bennett, Moorlands College
Explore the applied theological challenges associated with Christian community development and evangelism. It will be an interactive day to help you begin to apply the Bible and a theology of community engagement to your own community situations.

16 February 2019: Church at the centre
Jamie Sewell and Theresa Williams, The Message Trust
Place the Church at the centre of yoiur thinking about Christian community work and evangelism. There will be a focus on Church engagement in its widest sense—even to the extent of community enterprise and regeneration.

16 March 2019: Upside down Kingdom
Helen Thorne, London City Mission
Evaluate your own community’s resilience in the light of the Gospel and the Kingdom message of Jesus. This will help you understand in more depth topics such as asset development, community profiling and disunity in community.

27 April 2019: Making disciples
Andy du Feu, Moorlands College
Look at how the Gospel and community work are best served by community profiling, and explore barriers to unity in communities by examining diversity/unity tensions.

18 May 2019: Authentic community
Ade Omooba, Christian Concern
Engage relevantly with your community through evangelistic engagement. This will include looking at making disciples who mature and multiply as a way of engaging with communities. Plus further study on community understanding and developing our own redemption stories.

22 June 2019: Politics and activism
Colin Bennett, Moorlands College
Reflect on a range of practical issues a Christian community activist may face, and examine the current state of Christian welfare. We’ll also consider whether Christians should be engaged with politics. Share your learning with each other in small groups and action plan your next steps.

Location

London City Mission
Nasmith House
175 Tower Bridge Road
London
SE1 2AH

 

About our partners

The Message Trust
With a sharp focus on the most deprived neighbourhoods, The Message Trust, through ‘Eden teams’, sends urban missionaries to live sacrificially, share the gospel and build authentic community.
message.org.uk

London City Mission
London City Mission exists to serve the church of London in sharing the love of God and the good news of Jesus Christ with the least reached communities in the city.
lcm.org.uk

The small print: our refund policy

Provided you let us know a minimum of 28 full days before the day an event starts, you will be refunded 100% of the face value of the ticket. If you let us know between 28 and 7 full days before the day an event starts, you will be refunded 50% of the face value of the ticket. No refund can be made for fewer than 7 full days’ notice, nor for non-attendance. To request a refund, please reply to your order confirmation email or choose ‘Request a Refund’ from within your Eventbrite account.

Normally you may opt instead to send another person in your place for no additional charge, any time up to one full business day before the day an event starts. Please contact us at events@moorlands.ac.uk to update an attendee’s details.

If Moorlands College has to cancel an event in its entirety, for any reason, you will be entitled to a full refund of the face value of the ticket.

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