- In order to purchase your seat on the September course, Taketime will use eventbrite. Follow this link to purchase your seat for £30 (£15.00 for existing Taketime Practitioners) and your Taketime Instructor will enrol and welcome you into this TheologyX course within 24 hours. The course will appear in your learner Dashboard when you sign in to TheologyX.
Click HERE to book your place.
Taketime Meditations use your imagination to provide a calm, comfortable space in which to meet God.The aim of the Taketime Practitioner course is to help participants to understand the Taketime vision and to enable them to use Taketime with groups, individuals and in worship.
Contexts in which Taketime has been successful include:
- Outreach Programmes
- Pastoral Care
- Prayer Spaces
This online course can be completed over a period of seven days. Each day, your tutors will be available to answer questions and feedback on any assignments.
Before you enrol to this course, we ask that you listen to at least one of our meditations online or attend a Taketime Together Group
If you are planning on running a Taketime Together Group you must be part of a safeguarding scheme applicable for your location (e.g. DBS or PVG etc.)
Based on previous Practitioners feedback, the course can take anywhere between five and ten hours to complete
The cost of this course is £30.00 or £15.00 for existing Taketime Practitioners returning for a refresher
Rev. Clive McKie
Clive has created the Taketime brand of meditations based on Ignatian Spirituality, Mindfulness and on his work in the prison and Church. He also managed the development of the website and created the Taketime Together group concept
Ann is a retired Methodist Minister but still very active in preaching, leading worship and in running Bereavement courses. Ann trained as a Spiritual Director in the Ignatian tradition and is a Supervisor Spiritual Director in the Liverpool Diocesan Network. She has been using Taketime meditations personally for several years and is very enthusiastic about facilitating Taketime Together groups, currently using the zoom platform and seeing people grow closer to Jesus
Frequently Asked Questions
Do I have to start the course on the Monday morning?
No. The course is very flexible. You could start on any day of the week. You do however have to complete the course within seven days from the start date. If you experience any issues during these seven days which prevents you from completing the course, let us know via email@example.com and we will try to move you to a later course.
Do I have to complete the course in one go?
No, not unless you want to. The course will save your progress and responses automatically and you can stop and start as you wish. You could, for example, do one hour every night or three hours one day and three hours a few days later.
Does it matter what time of the day I work on the course?
No. The course is available 24/7 so you can work on it whenever suits you. You may not get a response immediately after you post a question in one of the discussion forums but by the time you look next time, you should have received a reply.
Will I be working in isolation?
You will be working with other students on the same course but at your own pace. There are four discussion forums in the course where you can interact with other students and your tutors if you wish but there is no synchronous participation.
Is the whole of the course online?
In Module 4 we ask that you practice your meditation delivery to someone. This could be someone in your household or someone from the course and it can be done face to face or online via an application such as Zoom or Facetime. You might want to organise this before the course starts.
Can a number of people from my church sign up together?
If you are looking to train a number of people from the same church or Christian organisation at the same time, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we can look at scheduling a separate, closed course.
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