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Study at St Edmund's

All the St Edmund courses are designed to explore Christian theology and discover afresh its relevance for everyday life. The aim of the courses is to create a foundational knowledge of key themes in Christianity – and, crucially, how to apply these themes in the world around you as well as well as within ministry at your local church. The experience and prior knowledge of each group will shape the level of the learning.

This course is open to anyone who is wanting to learn more about their Christian faith. All are welcome on this two-year, non-accredited course. Teaching and assessments are tailored to individual needs, and group sessions are welcoming and inclusive.

Licensing of Lay Ministers 2019

The Licensed Lay Ministry Training Course is one of the pathways in the London Diocese to becoming an LLM. More information on criteria, the discernment process and additional resources is available here.

In this one-year course, you will join an online study group taking an overview of Scripture, its interpretation, and the foundations of Christian faith and practice. Delivered online through the Moodle e-learning platform, there are no ‘classes’ as such, but you will interact online with other learners, and the course facilitator, in sharing ideas and learning as you move through the course material week-by-week.

Information about the St Edmund’s Summer School and Lent Course, among others is available here.

5. About the Team

Information about the St Edmund’s staff team coming soon! If you’d like to get in touch, please email admin.stedmunds@nulllondon.anglican.org

Lecturers on the Courses: We use a variety of guest lecturers on the courses who have a combination of academic and practical knowledge and ability. All of our lecturers are engaged in actively seeking to relate faith to the world, and so all of the lecturers include a challenge to see how the academic and theological knowledge interfaces with the world in which we live.

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