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SCHOOL OF MISSIONS July 2017
Date: Friday, 7th - Saturday, 8th July
Topic: Church History Part 1 (33-800AD)
Venue: mac (Midlands Art Centre) Birmingham, Cannon Hill Park, Birmingham B12 9QH.
Friday: 6pm-9pm in Pinsent Mason 1 (1st floor)
Saturday: 9am-5pm in Pinsent Mason 1 (1st floor)
Speaker: Paolo Ugolini (Glasgow Church of Christ)
NO REGISTRATION NEEDED!!
Who is the course for: This is open to anyone who is interested.. young christians, old christians, OYC interns and staff. The School of Missions modules help to equip and train, inspire and give direction, strengthen and encourage us in our walk with God and as we serve and love one another.
For interested participants, please read the following ahead of time:
Church History in Plain Language (4th Edition) by Bruce L. Shelley Chapters 1-18 (if other editions, read up to 'Charlemagne & Christendom')
Turning Points (3rd Edition) by Mark Noll Chapters 1-5
Will the Real Heretics Please Stand Up by David Bercot
How to get to the mac Birmingham:
mac Birmingham is located in Cannon Hill Park, Birmingham, opposite Edgbaston County Cricket Ground on Edgbaston Road (off A441 Pershore Road and A38 Bristol Road).
Buses 35, 45, 47, 63 & X61 depart from the City Centre and stop nearby - 5-10 minute walk. Buses 45 & 47 have a stop outside New Street Station and drop you closest to the centre.
Please use the links below for further travel information.
Directions to mac
Travel planner - West Midlands trains and buses
Travel planner - Birmingham area buses
Parking: there are two car parks. The nearest and largest is opposite the cricket ground. There are no matches scheduled until Saturday evening and therefore it will be easier to park.
Friday evening - There is an on site cafe and it is usually open until 10pm.
Saturday - as well as the cafe an 8 minute walk through the gardens will take you to the Garden Tea Rooms.