FaithThinking offers a regular opportunity for reflection on issues relating to theology and pastoral practice.
Sessions are led by ministers from within the Association, usually beginning with a short paper or presentation followed by time for discussion.
Our aim is to provide a safe space where we can talk honestly about the questions and challenges of ministry, while also being stretched and informed in our thinking. Topics we’ve covered recently include Multi-Generational Church, Church Membership in an Age of Non-Commitment, Stewardship and Open Theism.
FaithThinking is convened by three of our serving ministers: The Revds. Ruth Moriarty (Christchurch, New Southgate) Trevor Neill (Selsdon) & Claude Halm (Seven Kings / International Praise Centre).
The dates and speakers for FaithThinking during 2021 are as follows:
Wednesday 10 March
Rev Wale Hudson-Roberts (Justice Enabler for BUGB and the Minister at John Bunyan Baptist Church in Cowley, Oxford)
Wednesday 7 July
Rev Ken Benjamin (Director of Church Relationships at the London Institute of Contemporary Christianity)
Wednesday 13 October
Rev Jane Day (Centenary Enabler at BUGB, Spiritual Director and Professional Coach)
For further details please contact Lee Johnson (below).