The Learning Community

As part of its 1300 celebration year, Holy Trinity Westbury-on-Trym launched a new range of learning opportunities for adults (Church members and others) to help equip them for more effective Christian discipleship at work, in their personal relationships and in the community. A survey before Easter indicated the areas of interest and concern which people most wish to explore and their preferred timing and frequency of events. The Planning Group has taken all these factors into account in arranging an exciting programme for the Spring.

‘Being a Christian at Work’ is one of the issues highlighted in last year’s questionnaire. We’ve assembled a fascinating panel of people from a very wide range of working experience, ready to respond to questions about the ethics and other challenges of being a Christian in the working world. And then a few days later there’s the chance to get to grips with Mark’s Gospel and explore it from the inside.

To help us plan, please book your place as soon as possible by booking online at the links below or by downloading the booking form and returning it to the parish office.

Spring Programme 2018

BEING A CHRISTIAN AT WORK: Ethics, values, relationships, witness, dilemmas
Monday 29th January at 7.30pm at Westbury Methodist Church

A ‘Question Time’ panel discussion with questions from the audience.

On the Panel:
The Revd Dr Jon Coutts
Tutor in Theology & Ethics, Trinity College Bristol

Liz Cunningham
Senior Lecturer in Law at the University of the West of England

Rob Horton
Master Builder & Director of Property Services company

Dr Phil McCarthy
Chief Executive, Caritas Roman Catholic Social Action Network & former GP

Simon Smith
Senior Manager, global micro-electronics company

In the Chair:
Canon David McGregor

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Reading through Mark’s Gospel
An all-day Saturday with Canon Bruce Saunders
Saturday 3rd February from 10.30am to 3pm

Reading through Mark, stopping to discuss the questions and it raises.

What is a Gospel?
Who was Mark?
What is this Gospel’s message?
Who was it for?
Who was Mark’s Jesus?

Venue to be announced, depending on numbers

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How to book

Book your free places for the individual events by using the links above.

Alternatively please download and return the Spring booking form to Church or to the Parish Office

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