The early Baptist movement was so radical that Baptists had their rights were limited and some were thrown into prison and executed. What might it cost us today to retain or regain our edge as radical disciples? Are our congregations/gatherings independent or interdependent? Who decides what happens? How might our understanding of the priesthood of all believers shape every part of our lives as God’s people – gathered and scattered? Why does any of this matter?
This module is split into two Saturdays, each day has 4 teaching sessions. We provide plenty of tea, coffee and biscuits but recommend that visitors bring their own packed lunch. There is plenty of car parking available either on the college car park or on surrounding streets for no extra charge. Tickets are available for each day separately.
Day 1: 18th September 2021
Day 2: 16th October 2021
Speaker: Revd Dr Stephen Finamore, a Principal at Bristol Baptist College.