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.
Sadly, future KST+ modules are on hold due to Covid19, but we will be back!
Last Year’s KST+ is below and a example of what we offer. If you would like access to the recordings of the below session, do email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
TOPIC: Igniting the Heart: Preaching and the Imagination
TUTOR: Kate Bruce
WHEN: 23rd November 2019, 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
GROUP DISCOUNT: Book 3 people and get a 4th free! (note the group under the “other” payment method on the booking form)
Tired of dull, boring sermons with no theological depth? Then our next KST+ day is the solution! “Igniting the Heart: Preaching and Imagination”. facilitated by the Rev. Dr Kate Bruce. Here is what others have said about Kate’s work:
“expect to be enriched, challenged, encouraged and inspired” Revd Ruth Gee.
“Kate Bruce draws on her considerable experience as a school teacher, parish priest, theological college tutor and stand-up comic … to show us how the imagination can disclose new worlds, turn our assumptions upside down, provoke us to ask “what if?” and help us live in the minds of other people. In this, she follows “the example of Jesus who did not despise the parable, the haunting image, or the disturbing paradox” David Day.
This day is for those who would like to see their sermons “dance and sing” rather than “trudge, hobble and plod” and help others to do the same.
About the Tutor
Kate teaches preaching at conferences and day events around the country and recently delivered a summer school for Vancouver School of Theology, with a comedy night as part of the event. She founded the Durham Preaching School, for younger preachers in 2015. She is interested in writing and performing stand-up comedy and intends to write on the theme of laughter, once the other side of RAF basic training. She suspects this will provide ample material.