J. Richard Middleton explores how a biblical understanding of the new creation can change your life.
Has our faith got anything to say about Brexit, President Trump or the migrant crisis? Can the Bible shed any light here? Is 'going to heaven' the only hope? Have we sidelined the kingdom's agenda for the 'restoration of all things'? Come and explore the relevance of our faith today in the capable hands of David Hanson, over fine wine and cheese.
Richard Higginson, Carole Howorth, Andy Jolley and Mark McAllister explore what good business in the context of God's purposes looks like.
Building, Body of Christ, institution, gathering, bride, event, community, family, priesthood of all believers, organism… what exactly is the Church?
This event has been postponed.
Jeremy Ive explores how a Christian philosophy is foundational to the relational peacebuilding approach. With optional workshop on developing a Christian philosophy.
How does the whole Bible story unfold, from Genesis to Revelation?
Packed with new ideas, real-life stories, discussion, prayer and worship, this course will help you to read the big story of the Bible in a fresh light and understand how you can live out your faith in day-to-day life.
Dave Brons and John Biglands in concert and conversation.
This four-session course explores biblical teaching on work, rest and play, telling inspiring stories of Christians who have lived 'life in all its fullness' every day.
How do we understand our neighbours if their culture is different to ours? How can we engage in dialogue and evangelism with those of other faiths? And how can we build strong, cohesive communities through peace-building and reconciliation?
Through talks and discussion, this day conference will explore politics in the Bible, Jesus and politics, power, social justice and protest and a Christian approach to politics.
WYSOCS is delighted to present Tom McLeish, Professor in Physics at Durham University and Fellow of the Royal Society, to deliver our summer talks onFaith and Wisdom in Science.