Open Day: The best way to explore our course

On Tuesday 3rd March, we are hosting our next Open Day and we always get really excited as these days approach.  Open Days mean meeting new people – some of whom will become students on our course and part of our growing community here at CMS.  It’s like a look into the future.

One of the highlights of each Open Day is when we ask people to share their stories and it’s always inspiring to hear what God is doing around the country.

Open Days  are open to anyone to come and have a look at what we do.  They’re particularly important if you’re considering studying with us – coming to see what we do is one of the best ways to make your decision.  If you’re on the start of a process say with ordination or licensed ministry then coming along can help you think about your training but can also help clarify the expectations and questions you have – our team are very happy to give you advice and support.

Open Days are also a great opportunity to come and check us out if you send people for training or are putting together training programmes yourself.  We always have Diocesan Staff, DDO’s and Church Officers coming along and if that’s you you’d be very welcome too.

On 3rd March our Open Day will start at 10.30am and will finish mid afternoon.  You can expect the following:

  • stories from current students
  • how the course works
  • Jonny Baker talking about the vision and ethos of what we do
  • stories and videos showing different aspects of modules like Missional Entrepreneurship and Re:Source
  • options for study such as Ordination, Diploma, MA
  • details of the wider pioneer networks that CMS hosts
  • lunch and a chance to chat and ask questions

If you’d like to come along to the Open Day it’s simple to book in.  Just email our team.  The day is free and always great fun.  It’d be fantastic to see you.

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