Do you have a desire to learn? Then why not try one of our 5-week evening classes?
Manchester Bible School aims to provide accessible courses equipping people with a deeper knowledge and practical applications of the Bible and theology in a context of fellowship. No previous academic qualifications are required – just a desire to learn. This is a great and affordable way to experience an introduction to further theological education.
The courses are suitable for Christians with a basic grounding in the faith, but who want to increase their knowledge of God’s Word to help them in their Christian lives and service. Some courses aim to introduce topics, while others will build on previous courses to deepen engagement with the topic.
Venue: Emmanuel Centre, Nazarene Theological College, Dene Road, Didsbury, M20 2GU
Times: 7:30pm-9:30pm including a mid-session coffee break.
We look forward to seeing at Manchester Bible School.
NEW for 2020, MBS Summer Sessions!
- June 8th
- June 15th
- June 22nd
- June 29th
- July 6th
Real Change: Becoming More like Jesus in Everyday Life
Whether we are new Christians or mature, we all have areas of our lives which need transforming. Some of us tend towards anger or impatience, others towards jealousy or discontent. Some of us struggle with addictions and, in different ways, all of us still harbour pride in our hearts. God is not planning on leaving us this way!
As Philippians reminds us, God is going to bring to completion the good work he has already begun in us (Phil 1:6). But how does this process of change work?
Based on the “three trees” model from CCEF, Real Change is a course for anyone who wants to find out how the gospel changes us from the inside out – anyone who wants to take a look at what is going on in their heart and grow with God’s help to see Real Change.
Sally Orwin Lee. Sally worked for many years as a consultant in small businesses and charities. Trained in Biblical Counselling with the Christian Counselling and Educational Foundation (CCEF) she provides counselling and training in the local church. She teaches on the Biblical Counselling UK Certificate Course. Sally is married to John, Mum to two, recently became a Grandmother and loves walking and knitting.
A broken prophet, a community in crisis, a weeping God – Nowhere else in the Bible can we meet these three elements in such fervour and depth as in the Book of Jeremiah. What does it mean to speak for God, in word and in person? How does healing come to God’s people? And how does God listen and speak in the midst of a crisis? Journeying through the complex literary and theological world of Jeremiah, we will wrestle with these questions and sharpen our skills in reading prophetic literature, theological thinking, and Christian application.
Course Leader: Dr Samuel Hildebrandt, Lecturer in Biblical Studies (Old Testament) at Nazarene Theological College. His research covers a wide range of Old Testament materials, but is focused primarily on prophetic literature, the poetry of the Psalms, and the dynamics of Hebrew narrative.
Using Football and Sport as a tool for Evangelism
Football and Faith – taking the Good News from the pews to the pitch
This is a great course for anyone who wants to impact their community through sport. No skills required, but a heart for those in your community who need to hear about Jesus. Looking at a biblical basis for sport and ministry and how you can use football as a way to reach your community.
Martin Bateman has worked since 1990 in Christian ministry in Britain and overseas. He is the National Director of Ambassadors Football. He served for 20 years in Operation Mobilisation and holds a UEFA B coaching license. Ambassadors in Football’s vision is to serve the local church, inspiring and equipping it to build Christ-centred relationships through football.
For enquiries, please contact:
MBS Secretary, Fiona Montague firstname.lastname@example.org
Nazarene Theological College email@example.com