of pioneer training.”
Why train with Church Mission Society?
A course by pioneers for pioneers. We get it and we will help you help others get it. Our students discover a language that works.
The pioneering gift should be recognised and appreciated. Our qualifications are accredited by Durham University.
A whole 200+ year mission community and a vast network behind you who believe in you.
You can’t do this alone. You'll be part of a dynamic learning community and wider network of pioneer hubs and friends.
Connect and learn with others like you who have discovered the freedom of not fitting in.
From the pioneer blog...
Introducing the latest issue of Anvil, Church Mission Society’s journal of theology and mission, which investigates and demystifies an area which many Christians may find uncomfortable – the world of alternative spiritualities. Read the latest anvil This edition of Anvil
A well-known piece of Romford street art inspired this theological-reflection-as-spoken-word by Joanne Smallman, a student at the St Cedd Centre for Pioneer Mission, our training hub in partnership with the Diocese of Chelmsford. I caught up with Joanne in her
The edge of Derwentwater at the beginning of a new shared pilgrimage by CMS and the Diocese of Carlisle Jonny Baker, director of mission education at CMS and the Rt Rev Emma Ineson, Bishop of Penrith set off in a