Thinking Theology

About This Course

Do you want to help your congregation or members of your bible study/fellowship group to think more deeply about their faith? Are you interested in helping people to think theologically about their beliefs and practices as Christians? If so - you will not want to miss this opportunity. These sessions are designed to help leaders facilitate good theological thinking with others. Over the next connexional year we will be looking at models to enable theological enquiry and the sources that inform our theological thinking. You will learn and get to practice skills and techniques for helping other people engage with material and lots of resources to try out. The sessions will include some study material for you to reflect on in your own time (should take about 1 hour) and an online Zoom conversation lasting 1 1/2 hours. These sessions will be recorded so that those who can not make one can watch the main input later enable those that do attend to return to them if they wish. The breakout rooms and small group conversations will not be recorded. In order that you can receive the study materials and the Zoom link it is essential that you book in by emailing

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Simon Sutcliffe

Simon is an ordained presbyter and a Learning and Development Officer for the North West and Mann Region of the Learning Network

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Thinking Theology is faciltated by the North West and Mann Region of the Learning Network.
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