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LIVING RECONCILIATION

THE DIOCESE OF OXFORD

Saturday, 20 May 2017 from 10:00 to 16:00 (BST)

LIVING RECONCILIATION

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Ticket Type Remaining Sales End Price Fee Quantity
LLM in training or Ordinand 3 Tickets 16 May 2017 Free £0.00
Supporter of LLM in training or Ordinand 3 Tickets 17 May 2017 Free £0.00
Other interested learner 19 Tickets 17 May 2017 £20.00 £0.00

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Dates:   Saturday 20th May

Time:     10am - 4pm  (Please bring a packed lunch with you)

 Cost:  £20

Tutor:  Revd Dr Phil Groves (Wychert Vale Benefice; formerly Director of the Anglican Communion Continuing Indaba project)

In a world often defined by differences, Christians are called to be "reconciled reconcilers." Inspired by the Indaba process of deep listening and seeking common ground, this day will share experiences of profound reconciliation from around the Anglican Communion, exploring the promise of Living Reconciliation and being an example to the world about how to live and love even those with whom we disagree



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Church House Oxford
Langford Locks
Langford Lane
OX5 1GF KIDLINGTON
United Kingdom

Saturday, 20 May 2017 from 10:00 to 16:00 (BST)


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THE DIOCESE OF OXFORD

EQUIPPING FOR LIFE  

Who are these courses for?

These courses are for those training as Licensed Lay Ministers or for ordination, and also a growing number of people with a passion to simply learn more about their faith, about God and our place in his world.   

 

What level?  Will I cope?

You don’t need qualifications or prior experience to get the most from these courses.  While we do provide a more structured learning environment than is possible in a local church, sessions are pitched at a level well within the grasp of most adult learners.   Level 4 courses are introductory and assume no prior knowledge.  Level 5 is more ‘intermediate’ and assumes some prior learning or experience at Level 4.  Saturday courses often cover more practical areas of ministry and can be good taster sessions for other courses.

 

Will I need to do any assignments?  Is there any homework?

While assessed work is compulsory for Ordinands and LLMs in training, there is no pressure for other ‘interested learners’ to do marked assignments.  Some sessions involve an element of preparation but we do understand that life is busy and not everyone enjoys independent study.  

 

Validation and awards

Our evening courses are delivered as part of the national Common Awards programme validated by Durham University.  So should you opt for assessed work and wish to take things a step further, it is possible to work towards a formal ‘Certificate of Higher Education’ in Theology, Mission and Ministry from Durham.  Please ask about this if you are interested.

 

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