KST is excited to present an opportunity to further your theological learning with a set of day-long modules. These are for all King’s Theology graduates and theologically minded leaders, and are an opportunity to engage with the bible and contemporary issues, as well as connect with KST life and students. They will include high quality tutors and discussion to develop your theological thinking.
TOPIC: Digging into Ephesians: Being God’s people in a Broken World
TUTOR: Aled Griffith
WHEN: 24th November 2018, 9am – 5pm (lectures), followed by round table discussion (optional) and then dinner at 6:30pm
WHERE: The Riverside Centre, Riverside Ct, Derby DE24 8HY
COST: £40 including lunch & dinner
Paul’s letter to the Ephesians places the church right in the midst of God’s purposes in the world. Join Aled to explore more deeply what this means for us to be the people of God. In this module you will let the text lead, digging into its meaning and message. This will lead you to explore themes of God, His love for the world and his people, and how we work that out together, for others.
About the Tutor
Aled Griffith leads Reach Nottingham, a church plant in the city with a ministry to different areas of the community including the poor. He is currently involved in a project mobilising the churches in the city to provide 100 child foster homes. He is part of the Salt and Light UK team, and of the leadership of the Synergy sphere of churches. He studied at Regents College, Vancouver and was the principal of Kings Bible College for a number of years. Aled brings a passion for theology, combined with an experience of church leadership and training.
Provisional Future Dates for KST+:
- 22nd June 2019 (Oxford)