Category Archives: Courses

At various times throughout the year, there are courses, evenings and study days on particular themes or issues. These are open to everyone and usually require no prior knowledge or experience. Most of them are free of charge.

Everyone is both a learner and a teacher so sessions are structured to include two-way interaction with plenty of discussion, as well as quality input. And because faith is about living, we’re concerned to ground what we’ve discovered in human experience and practice.

Why not come along and find out for yourself?

An archive of past courses can be found here: Archived courses.

Lent Course ~ The Lion has roared – who can but prophesy? Amos and the world of 2015

The St Mark's Lion created by St Mark's congregation

St Mark’s Church, Broomhill and Broomhall and the Sheffield Manor Parish are meeting together for the Lent Course again this year. Continue reading

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Lent Course – Earthing our faith, cherishing God’s creation

This year’s Lent Course takes its lead from the very real concern that this congregation, and the wider church in general, has about how humankind is treating the natural environment, and links in to the Hope for the Future campaign. … Continue reading

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‘Things We’d Rather Not think About …’ A fresh look at traditional Advent themes

Things we'd rather not think about image

THINGS WE’D RATHER NOT THINK ABOUT was the title of a series of Sunday 10 am sermons and 6 pm led reflective evenings which took a fresh look at the traditional Advent themes: death, judgement, dying, heaven & hell. The resources produced for the evening reflections are available to download below. Continue reading

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