All Our Courses
Foundation degree of Arts in Theology, Mission and Evangelism
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BA (Hons) Theology, mission and Evangelism
The Light Project College is currently in discussion with University of Chester over the development and launch of a Bachelor of Arts in Theology, Mission and Evangelism. This new course would allow students to study Theology in a context of pioneering and action based work placements.
The course we be delivered over a series of residential teaching weekends at regular intervals throughout the years meaning that students could live and study in their local area on a placement with a local church.
Should the course be accredited, we would be accepting students to start in September 2019. If this is something you are interest in, then contact Deri our administrator for more details. We are taking enquiries now (2018) and will confirm the launch of the course and open interviews in 2019.
Join Chris Duffett for an interactive training day on how to set up a local Chaplaincy :this could be anything from a work place, a retail outlet or pub chaplaincy or airport. We have experience with chaplaincies in pubs, supermarkets, airports, city centres and several other contexts.
- Learn how to be creative in faith sharing.
- Explore resources to help you share the story of Jesus.
- Learn about the ethos and ‘heart’ of chaplaincy.
- Join a growing network of Christians who are adopting their local pub to love and serve the staff and customers.
For details contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Brighter Course
Brighter is a course for churches over 4 weeks … It’s for Christians who wonder how they may shine for others to see and experience their faith. It involves looking at creative ways of connecting faith (lots of permission given for those who have gifts and abilities and wonder how to use them for the benefit of others…) It recognises the need for Holy Spirit help in connecting the good news and acknowledges new ideas he adventure of partnering in God’s mission and looks for divine appointments in every day to day life. The course challenges the notion that evangelism is for experts who are extroverts and is very interactive working on discussion and investigation.
“Each year we agree to take a specific number of students on these courses; we are looking for the right people who are willing to learn and grow in their faith, not just do a course”.Glyn Jones