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St. Matthew's Church

Tay Street

Perth

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A great learning and development opportunity for everyday believers to develop a deeper and clearer understanding of their Christian faith

This Learn conference will be a day of exploration and discovery on the theme of the new publication - Learn: Understanding Our Faith - and aims to encourage Christians to reflect on what they hope and believe in and to grow in confidence as they seek to share their faith in daily life.

The conference will explore six core issues of Christian life through talks and open discussions:

- How can I know God?
- What does Jesus have to do with me?
- Who is the Holy Spirit?
- What is the Church for anyway?
- What’s the point of Discipleship?
- How will I know if I’m going to Heaven?

Contributors to the publication will deliver talks and lead open discussions:

- Frances Henderson - Minister of Hoddom, Kirtle-Eaglesfield and Middlebie Parish Church
- Paul T Nimmo - King’s Professor of Systematic Theology at the University of Aberdeen
- Sarah Lane Ritchie - Research Fellow in Theology and Science at the University of St Andrews
- Alexander Forsyth -Tutor in Practical Theology at the University of Glasgow and Associate Minister at Bearsden Cross Parish Church
- Jan Mathieson - Minister of Williamwood Parish Church
- Andrew Torrance - Lecturer in Theology at the University of St Andrews

Alison Jack - Assistant Principal of New College at the University of Edinburgh - and Angus Morrison - Minister of Orwell and Portmoak Parish Church - will deliver the opening and closing remarks.

All delegates will receive a free copy of Learn: Understanding Our Faith. This will be a great opportunity to be connected, resourced and inspired.

Do come and join us for a day of exploration and discovery!

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