Crucible Course: 'Urban Challenge', 'Becoming Human'

By Press Office
January 24, 2014

'Following Jesus on the margins’ is the strapline of the Crucible course, now in its tenth year in Birmingham, equipping pioneers of new forms of church for a changing culture.

Crucible is part of the Anabaptist Network of Organisations (http://www.anabaptistnetwork.com/node/553) of which Ekklesia is also pleased to be a member.

The course runs in Selly Oak, Birmingham. Bookings are encouraged as early as possible.

'Urban Challenge' is the next Crucible Course weekend, running from 1-2 February. It is the part of stream 1 which examines the dynamics of mission and ministry in our multicultural urban communities, where Christendom has faded first. Urban communities give less urban places a window into the future - understanding our faith here will enable us to understand our faith elsewhere. - More at: http://www.cruciblecourse.org.uk/crucible-course/crucible-course/39-urba...

The other choice on the same weekend is 'Becoming Human', which is the part of stream 2 which probes the dynamics of discipleship and asks how we can become more fully human as followers of Jesus Christ. With thought-provoking insights into contemporary discipleship. See: http://www.cruciblecourse.org.uk/crucible-course/crucible-course/45-beco...

Further 2014 themes are 'Creating New Churches' and 'Jesus Unplugged'.

* Full details at: www.cruciblecourse.org.uk

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