New MA and Diploma courses at CMS

mission-pioneers-vid-shortThis summer looks like being a busy one here for us at CMS as we put the finishing touches to our revised MA, Certificate and Diploma courses which start in September. We’ve worked most of the year adapting our material to the new Common Awards programme which is being introduced across the country. It’s been quite a journey but we’re all very excited about the courses which are now on the horizon.

This year of work has included rewriting modules, considering new and innovative ways of teaching and re-thinking how the different parts of our course fit together. We think this could be an exciting year.

If you’ve ever considered further study and training which relates specifically to your pioneering work why not think about our MA course. Alongside some of the familiar modules such as Theologies in Global Perspective we have new modules on subjects as diverse as Anthropology and Christian Mission and a new Leadership module. Many of these modules were written with input from our teaching team and so we are particularly excited about their potential. The course also includes a module on Missional Ecclesiology with Dr Pete Ward as guest lecturer. For more information why not get in touch?

We have also revised and developed our Diploma and Certificate courses. These again feature familiar modules which have been improved alongside a Missional Ecclesiology module at this level for the first time. We also have three new ReSource weekends lined up in London, Birmingham and Earlsfield which link to specific aspects of the course modules. If you are seeking training for lay or ordaining Pioneering then do get in touch with us, it’s not too late to apply.

If you’ve never thought about joining the learning community here at CMS then this may be a great time to check out what we do. You can find details about the courses we offer right here on the website. What we do is all about helping you in the pioneering setting you’re in – it’s training designed by pioneers for pioneers and we hope these new courses will be great experiences for everyone who gets involved.

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ANVIL journal of theology and mission

Volume 38 issue 2 is out now, focused on sustainability in mission. With articles on African eco-theology, community organising and apophatic spirituality.

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