Pioneer Open Day – 14 March 2017

It’s that time of year when we get ourselves ready for our first Open Day of the year and when we begin to receive our first enquiries and applications for our next round of Undergraduate and Postgraduate courses at the Church Mission Society.

Tuesday 14 March is the day when we open our doors for our first Open Day.  If you’re interested in any of courses then this is a valuable opportunity to find out more. At our Open Days we share details of the courses on offer, tell you something of our story and are available to answer all your questions about studying with Pioneers here. Whether you’re a you’ve been pioneering a long time or just getting started and whether you’re doing work with a denomination or working in your spare time, we have courses which can suit you.

At this next Open Day we’ll be sharing about our Certificate, Diploma and MA courses which have been running now for five years. However, we will also be sharing about two new courses which begin in September 2017 – a Certificate in Pioneering Youth or Children’s Ministry and a new BA Course.

If you’re interested in our Youth/Children’s course then our flyers for the programmes are below. Just follow the link to download them.

NEW Pioneer Youth Ministry Training and NEW Pioneer Children and Family Ministry Training

Our BA course is currently in the final stages of design but will be a four year programme, covering the modules we currently have at Certificate and Diploma levels but then adding content in Biblical Theology, Justice & the Environment and Islam & Christian/Muslim engagement to name just a few. A flyer for this new programme will be available shortly but you’ll be able to find out full details at our Open Day.

To book into our Open Day email us

As well as the 14 March Open Day we also have a further Summer Term Open Day on 13 June 2017.

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