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The Crucible course – now in four cities 

 


The fifteenth year of the Crucible course begins this autumn, with modules for the first time available in four different cities – London, Exeter, Manchester and Southampton

 
Crucible‘After Christendom’ will be taught in Manchester and Southampton (our new venues). ‘Restoring Hope’ will be taught in Exeter and London, after running three modules in these cities last year. The six modules can be taken in any order, so you can start in your most local centre with whatever module is running there (and if you are willing to travel, different modules can be taken in different centres).
 
After consulting with local partners, Crucible organisers have decided to reduce the cost of the modules for the coming year to £35 per day (£70 per two-day module) in Exeter, Manchester and Southampton. The modules in London remain at £46 per day (£92 per two-day module). Bursaries are still available on application for those who need these.
 
The course is open to anyone interested in thinking afresh about discipleship, mission and church in a changing context. For more information or to book your place, visit to www.cruciblecourse.org.uk or contact Rachel Jay: rachel@urbanexpression.org.uk
 
Jointly sponsored by Urban Expression, the Incarnate Network and Rural Ministries, the course is also recognised as a major component of Baptist Together’s ‘Equipped to Pioneer’ track.
 

Baptist Times, 24/09/2019
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