Open Faith asks what we are saying when we say the Nicene Creed and provides an opportunity to think through how we understand the relationship between Scripture and tradition.
Open Faith is a series of six sessions examining the theology of the Nicene Creed and asking what it means for us living as followers of Jesus today. The sessions will take place once a month on monday evenings from September to February.
The course will be taught by Revd Dr Alex Irving and Dave Humphreys. Alex has written and taught on a wide range of Christian theology and will provide the theological and historical teaching on the Nicene Creed. Dave will deliver the devotional side of the course, applying the truth expressed in this creed to our relationship with Jesus and our reading of Scripture.
The evenings will be a mixture of taught elements and discussion. The discussion will be guided to an extent, but there will be room for people to address their own questions and concerns. There will be refreshments available.
Open Faith will run monthly on Monday evenings from 7.00-9.00pm. See the flyer for specific dates.
Booking is not required, but signalling your interest to attend this course in advance would be appreciated. Please email Alex Irving to note your interest.
Open Faith is a complement to Open Word, delivered by Revd Matthew Hutton.
The Chapel, Fellowes Plain
When: 24/09/2018 7:00 PM
Open Faith – Flyer