For the sake of the world; Church transformation in Wesleyan perspective

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Session 1: 28th June – 9th July 2021

28th June – 2nd July 2021
Wesleyan Theology of Mission for the Twenty-first Century
Doug Tzan, Assistant Dean for Doctor of Ministry and Assistant Professor of Church History and Mission, Wesley Theological Seminary

5th – 9th July 2021
Biblical Foundations for a Theology of Mission
Alison Gray, Director of Studies and Tutor in Old Testament Language, Literature and Theology, Westminster College, Cambridge; Director of Studies for Theology, Religion and Philosophy of Religion, Selwyn College, University of Cambridge
Jonathan E. Soyars, Tutor in New Testament Language, Literature and Theology, Westminster College, Cambridge

 

Session 2: 3rd – 14th January 2022

3rd – 7th January 2022
How Doctrine Deepens Mission: What Wesley Would Want You to Know
Andrew Stobart, Director of Research, Wesley House Cambridge

10th -14th January 2022
In Times Like These: Hope and the Power of Proclamation
Veronice Miles, Associate Professor of Preaching, Wesley Theological Seminary

 

Session 3: 27th June – 8th July 2022

27th June – 1st July 2022
Rethinking a Doctrine of Creation
Willie Jennings, Associate Professor of Systematic Theology and Africana Studies, Yale Divinity School

4th – 8th July 2022
Wesleyan Roots for a Socially Engaged Ministry
(with field trips to Oxford and London)
Tim Macquiban, Associate Faculty, Wesley House Cambridge

 

Session 4: 2nd – 13th January 2023

2nd – 6th January 2023
Reflective Supervision for Transformative Ministries
Jane Leach, Principal, Wesley House Cambridge

9th – 13th January 2023
Reaching the Next Generation for the Church
Emily Peck McClain, Assistant Professor of Christian Formation and Young Adult Ministry, Wesley Theological Seminary