Our new Diocesan Bible Course is for Christians at any stage on their journey with God who want to know more about the Bible and how it relates to their lives. There are no exams and the approach is devotional rather than academic.
What will we be studying?
- MODULE ONE: ‘The time has come.’ An overview of the New Testament
- MODULE TWO: Knowing Noah from Nathan. An overview of the Old Testament
- MODULE THREE: Behind the Scenes. The who, what, where and when of the New Testament
It is possible to sign up for individual modules but we encourage completion of all three.
Each module costs £30 (payable at the beginning of each module).
Venue and course dates
Meeting on Tuesday evenings at St Donard’s Parish Centre, 2–10 Bloomfield Road, Belfast, BT5 5LT, from 7.30–9.30pm (including a coffee break). Parking available.
- MODULE ONE: 26 April – 28 June 2022
- MODULE TWO: 4 October – 6 December 2022
- MODULE THREE: 24 January – 28 March 2023
Who will be teaching the course?
The course will be taught by Josh Hooker. He is a Crosslinks Mission Partner, who has been teaching the Bible in southern Africa for the past 17 years. He is currently involved in teaching and training in the Diocese of Down and Dromore.
To register please email: firstname.lastname@example.org
The course will be particularly useful if you have responsibility for teaching the Bible as Sunday School teachers, youth group leaders, small group leaders, evangelists, church planters or lay readers. No prior theological knowledge or qualifications are needed but the course will lay a foundation for further theological training.