This is a repeat of the training days in London (Nov 17 and Feb 18).
A Saturday Deep Dive into Jesus’ Teaching on Relationships, Community and Culture
A day to explore the meaning of Jesus’ teaching in the Sermon on the Mount, especially:
- His understanding of the glorious potential and fragility of human hearts and minds.
- His incisive analysis of the keys to successful relationships and community.
- His vision for the high priesthood of all believers.
Sat. 21st April, 2018
- 9:30–5:30 main teaching
- 5:45–7:00 worship + ministry
- 7:00–8:00 light supper
The main teacher—Dr Crispin Fletcher-Louis — is the Director of Whymanity Research and Training. Teaching will draw on Crispin’s internationally-recognised expertise as a biblical scholar, his current research project on the earliest beliefs about Jesus’ divine identity, and his ongoing interest in the relationship between theology and business.
Training facilitation: Karen Murray.
At Crispin and Mary’s house, Camelot, in the western Cotswolds, between Cheltenham and Evesham (more details on registration).
Set at the end of a quiet private lane, Camelot is surrounded by trees and farmland. The river Isbourne runs through the grounds, that are host to abundant wildlife — trout, ducks, kingfishers, heron, woodpeckers, red kite, buzzard, muntjac deer, foxes, a stoat, an occasional otter, frogs, newts.
Teaching, lunch, light supper and refreshments: £57.73
No prior theological qualifications necessary.