Explore the history of the Church in this 10-week introductory course. 

When | Wednesday evenings 25 September - 4 December (excl. 30 October) 2024, 7.30-c.9pm

Where | Online via Zoom

Cost | £135

Tutor | The Revd Canon Jonathan Gordon, Rector of St Mary's Northchurch and St Bartholomew's Wigginton, and Rural Dean of Berkhamsted

Drawing upon some of the key events and movements that have shaped the Church of England, this course offers a broad and accessible overview of the history of the Christian Church. The course will begin by looking at the story of Pentecost in the Act of Apostles and will follow a chronological  approach right through to the church in the present day. From the growth of monasticism through to the Crusades, Reformation and English Civil War, the ten teaching sessions will draw upon primary sources and group discussions to provide students with a comprehensive understanding of how our modern church has been formed. 

This course can be taken as part of the Certificate in Theology. Full essay information will be provided once the course has started. Please note you can enjoy the course without doing an essay for SACT. 

Course information and Zoom details will be sent out prior to the course starting. If you have any questions please email [email protected]