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  • Thinking about training for ordination, or church leadership at some point in the future?
  • Just done the Alpha Course, and want to learn more about Christianity?
  • Been a Christian for a while and just want to understand your faith better?
  • Getting involved in ministry in your church and want some basic theology training?
SPTC runs courses for those searching for more from their faith. It brings theology to the heart of the church, equipping next-generation leaders with the knowledge and practical skills to enrich their lives and guide others. All whilst remaining in their local church.

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The Narnia Code by Dr Michael Ward - audio

On Thursday 27 February Dr Michael Ward came to speak at the School of Theology on the subject of C. S. Lewis and his famous children's book series The Chronicles of Narnia. Michael gave a fascinating summary of the hidden meaning in this famous fictional world. To listen to the talk please click here.

C. S. Lewis

On Thursday 27 February Michael Ward is coming to speak at School of Theology on the subject of C. S. Lewis. This session is open to all, and costs £15 (payable by cash or cheque on the door) for those who are not registered on this term of School of Theology. Doors open at 7pm.

LifeTrack DVD resources now available

The LifeTrack DVD resources are now available. Please click here to access them.

New Thursday evening School of Theology!

In the Spring term we will be trialling School of Theology on a Thursday evening. The new term will begin on 30th January and each evening will start with a hot meal from 6.30pm. The topics for the Spring term will be Books of the Bible (BibleTrack), Basic Christian Ideas (FaithTrack) and Big Questions (Apologetics). For more information and to apply please click here.

Graham Tomlin's New Book

Looking Through The Cross

Graham Tomlin, Principal of SPTC, has written the Archbishop of Canterbury’s Lent Book for 2014. It was written at the invitation of Rowan Williams, but will be Justin Welby’s first Lent book. It is entitled Looking Through the Cross .

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