East of England venue added to ministry course
'Equipped to Minister' is an established, popular and highly valued course at Spurgeon’s College and this year it will be running from a new venue in East Anglia.
The course at Spurgeon's was launched 2003 with the aim of providing high quality training for those serving in the local church. In the 15 years the course has been in existence over 680 people have attended modules from the course and the course grows in popularity each year. Although the course initially was aimed at churches from the Baptist denomination, people from any church background are invited to attend the course to enable them to develop their ministry in the local church or to grow in their personal discipleship.
Who is this course for?
Equipped to Minister is an ideal starting point for those who wish to deepen their understanding of the Bible, theology, mission, ministry and personal spiritual development, even if they are returning to study after a long break. Many participants find the course a significant step towards developing their service God in their churches. They also find their own personal discipleship is deepened through attending the course lectures. Equipped to Minister has attracted local preachers, Bible study group leaders, lay church leaders, youth workers, pastoral carers and people from a variety of different ministries in the church.
The course is made up of 12 modules on a rolling programme. This means that you can join the course at the start of any module as each module is designed to be self-contained. Eleven of the modules include face-to-face teaching consisting of twelve hours teaching split over two Saturdays in consecutive months. One of the modules is an independent study module consisting of guided reading. Participants can choose to attend as many or as few of the modules as they wish. You can attend the whole course or just those modules that interest you.
The course is taught in the following locations:
Spurgeon’s College, London – normally the second Saturday of each month
Histon Baptist Church, Nr. Cambridge – normally the third Saturday of each month
No previous qualifications are required to join the course. The course teaching is aimed at A-Level or ‘Access’ level standard.
Each module costs £92
Tel: 020 8653 0850 Email: email@example.com www.spurgeons.ac.uk