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NTC Online: Church History
Online
£50

One of the often-heard objections to faith in Christ is that it is old fashioned or outdated, a…

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One of the often-heard objections to faith in Christ is that it is old fashioned or outdated, a relic of the distant past and therefore easily discarded. After all, what could a two thousand year old faith have to say to us in the twenty-first century?

This class seeks to address this question. In short, what could a two thousand year old faith have to say to us? A lot! For those of us who are a part of the Christian Church, our history is not something to be discarded as foreign, or cut-off from our time. No, church history is a recognition that all that the Church is today, has been informed, shaped, and influenced by what has gone before. So, to investigate church history is to dig the depths of who we are, and as we do, it is my hope that we come to a better understanding of what it means to be faithful to Jesus in our own day.

NTC Online: Reading the Bible
Online
£50

Welcome to NTC online: Reading the Bible This short course paves the road for you to engage with confidence and curiosity with…

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Welcome to NTC online: Reading the Bible

This short course paves the road for you to engage with confidence and curiosity with this quest of interpretation. It is not a series of lectures about the Bible, but rather it is about learning to read the Bible, on your own, with others, and with Christ. The format of this course is personal and practical, makes space for reflection, and opens up a whole new world of discovery both for long-term Bible readers and for those who have just started.

Undergraduate Open Evening
Tue Dec 13 2022 19:00
1 hour Add to calendar
Online
Free

Are you interested in studying at NTC? We have sessions specifically for undergraduate and postgraduate programmes, and there is…

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Are you interested in studying at NTC? We have sessions specifically for undergraduate and postgraduate programmes, and there is no cost to attend. At our Open Evening, you’ll hear from NTC staff and students as we introduce you to NTC and its history, discuss our different undergraduate programmes, and give you personlised next step instructions for your NTC application.

If you’re interested in hearing about our undergraduate programmes, our undergraduate session will run on Tuesday, 13th December from 7:00pm to 8:00pm. 

Postgraduate Open Evening
Wed Dec 14 2022 19:00
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Online
Free

Are you interested in studying at NTC? We have sessions specifically for undergraduate and postgraduate programmes, and there is…

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Are you interested in studying at NTC? We have sessions specifically for undergraduate and postgraduate programmes, and there is no cost to attend. At our Open Evening, you’ll hear from NTC staff and students as we introduce you to NTC and its history, discuss our different undergraduate programmes, and give you personlised next step instructions for your NTC application.

Our postgraduate evening discussing our postgraduate programmes will run on Wednesday, 14th December from 7:00pm to 8:00pm.

 

Inhabit Programme Info Session
Wed Jan 18 2023 4:00
1 hour Add to calendar
Online
Free

Beginning in the academic year 2022-23, a cohort of students from around the world began living together in…

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Beginning in the academic year 2022-23, a cohort of students from around the world began living together in community, participating in the Inhabit Rule of Life as they pursued their MA in Theology. Following in the tradition of monastic communities across Christian history, living according to a “rule” gives shape, structure, and practices to the formation of Christian community and witness. Read more from current Inhabit student Samuel Cheung in Link Magazine.

Interested in learning more? Register for our online info session on 18th January 2023 at 4:00pm (BST) at the link below.

MBS Class: Real Change: How the Gospel Changes us from the Inside Out
Mon Feb 27 2023 19:30
6 weeks Add to calendar
NTC Campus
£40

Course overview: This six-session, discussion-based, Bible-centred course – from Biblical Counselling UK and New Growth Press – will be…

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  • Course overview: This six-session, discussion-based, Bible-centred course – from Biblical Counselling UK and New Growth Press – will be delivered on our Manchester campus.
  • 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! 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.
  • Dates: Mondays from 27th February – 3rd April. Note this is a six-week course.
  • Time: 7:30pm – 9:30pm
  • Course leader: Sally Orwin Lee counsels, disciples and provides training for local churches in the North West Gospel Partnership.
  • Delivery: In person at NTC
  • Cost: £40 which includes the Real Change study guide
  • Nazarene Pastors LLL Code: 14340 (1 hour per class)
  • Class limited to 15 people.
MBS Class: Understanding Church
Mon Feb 27 2023 19:30
5 weeks Add to calendar
Online
£35

Revd Dr Ken Baker will teach the online class Understanding Church. Understanding Church explores what the purpose and role of the…

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Revd Dr Ken Baker will teach the online class Understanding Church. Understanding Church explores what the purpose and role of the Church has been and what its role is today. Themes include: What is the ‘church’?; The Company of Jesus – Mark as a Discipleship Manual; The Church in Acts and Paul; The Church in history – themes and patterns; What is the role of the The Church today? It might also fit into the ‘lifelong learning’ pattern of pastors and church leaders who wish for constructive self-analysis.

 

  • Dates: Mondays from 27th February – 27th March
  • Time: 7:30pm – 9:30pm
  • Course leader: Revd Dr Ken Baker is a teaching pastor at Redcatch Community Church in Bristol. He is an enthusiastic and engaging communicator with a range of teaching and ministry experiences.
  • Delivery: Online via Zoom
  • Cost: £35
  • Nazarene Pastors LLL Code: 89556  (1 hour per class)