coMPass… is the guide to adult learning about Christian faith across the Mission Partnership.
You can find out
- what is available
- when and where its happening
- who is leading
- what the level is from absolute beginner to would-be theologian!
coMPass – building capacity for mission
Our purpose is to build capacity for mission by helping you find new or renewed excitement, depth and confidence in Christian faith.
coMPass – finding your direction
The core content will be delivered at a variety of venues on a termly basis. Anyone from across the borough will be welcome at any of the coMPass courses. The leaders of the coMPass courses are all experienced teachers in their area.
The courses running in SUMMER 2021 are:
The Virtual Museum: the Bible in (about!) 20 Objects
Hosted by: Peter Ballantine
Approaching Creation: Windows on the Divine
Hosted by: John Robertson, Carolyn Sanderson, Barry Lotz, Peter Ballantine
Discover a deeper appreciation of creation through your response to the world around us and open a window onto God. Practical creativity is encouraged!
- … through Prayer (JR)
- … through Words (CS)
- … through Art (BL)
- … through Liturgy (CS)
- … through Science (PB)
Tuesday evenings 11th May – 8th June
All sessions will be via Zoom
To register for one or both of the courses
Please return the tear off slip from the leaflet (below) to the Mission Partnership address with your cheque
Email us, and pay via Paypal
- The Virtual Museum
- Approaching Creation: Windows on the Divine
If you have any questions, do email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
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