Dates for 2016-2017

Semester 1
20th September – 29th November 2016
(Half Term 25th October) 

Semester 2
10th January – 22nd March 2017  
(Half Term 14th February 2016) 

Semester 3
18th April – 28th June 2017  
(Half Term 30th May 2016)

Application Form

An application form is available for download:

or on request from the church office.
 

Completed applications should be submitted by 11th September 2016

Cost

Network costs £75 per semester or £200 for the year.

For more information contact Network Course Co-ordinator Ted Pilling:

Network

Ministry Training Course

Network is a non-validated programme that allows us to structure the content to our primary purpose:

"To equip God’s people for works of service in their local church"

Network SpeakerNetwork Ministry Training Course focuses on learning to understand the Bible, to apply it both to our own lives and to our contemporary culture, and for ministry in the local church.  Network meets at Highfields Church, Cathays and is held on Tuesday mornings between 9.00am and 12.30pm and runs for three semesters, each of ten weeks, starting on 20th September 2016.

There are nine study modules taught by qualified tutors with evangelical convictions and years of practical ministry experience. We also have a many guest speakers who contribute their speciality to the course.

Network is open to men and women from any denomination who wish to be better equipped for ministry in their local church. Previous course members include students, church lay-assistants, lay leaders, mission agency staff, people moving towards full-time Christian ministry, ministry leaders with a regular teaching role in their church and people wanting to use their retirement for ministry.

Studying the BibleSince the first course in 2004, more than 170 students from more than 40 churches across South Wales have benefitted from Network.

The Network courses are taught through lectures, discussion groups and interactive classes. Some preparation is necessary most weeks but there are no formal written assessments.

 

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