We are pleased to announce that the 2024 Summer Theology School will be held on June 19th and 20th in Stafford at Rising Brook Community Church
Why do our churches operate and organise themselves as they do? This discussion of what the church is called to be – including its purpose, structures and practices – is called ecclesiology.
In recent times our ecclesiology has come under the microscope like never before. At the 2024 Fresh Streams Theology School, some of our best theologians and practitioners will lead us to take a detailed look: What does the Bible say and history teach us? Should our structures be completely de-institutionalised and flexible? What is the Spirit saying? What about the future? Is there a Baptist way of being church that is sacrosanct to us?
Do you wish you had more time to reflect on this key issues of our day? Do you share a passion to do theology well at the coal face of ministry and mission? Would you love to spend two days engaging with eminent theologians who will stretch your thinking, with plenty of time for discussions, informal conversations, all in the context of good food and great hospitality?
Whether you’re a church leader, part of a leadership team, a student, or just interested in theology, you’ll love Fresh Streams Theology School 2024
Our confirmed contributors are Steve Holmes, Lucy Peppiatt, Ashley Hardingham, Simon Hall, Roy Searle, Ruth Moriarty and Craig Millward, come and have a voice in this critical conversation.
Bookings will go live at the beginning of February