Pathways: lifelong discipleship; flexible learning; flourishing teams

26th January 2021

Are you looking for fresh ways to learn? Embarking on a new ministry?

Pathways has been developed to provide accessible and flexible opportunities to learn on your own and with others.

You may need to fit your learning around your family or a caring role, combine with a job or work around your ministry commitments. You may be embarking on a journey towards new ministry or leadership, exploring ways of living out your faith in the community or parish where you live or considering how you can serve as a follower of Jesus. You may find it better to learn from home or you may want to learn with others either virtually or gathered in person, to reflect personally or with friends.

However you learn best and wherever God has called you, Pathways provides an opportunity for you to explore your gifts and ministry.

You can find out more by visiting the Pathways webpage.

There are a growing number of modules to try out including Unconscious Bias, Unfolding the Scriptures and The Psalms: Songs of Faith and Doubt. 

Unconscious Bias helps us explore our choices based on perceptions, attitudes, and stereotypes and suggests ideas of how to think and act differently. 

Unfolding the Scriptures is designed to support and inform preaching, teaching and discipleship rooted in Scripture, with reference to the Church of England Revised Common Lectionary for public worship and personal study.  

The Psalms: Songs of Faith and Doubt is a six-session short course being offered after Easter. It is aimed at anyone who wants to go deeper in their understanding of the psalms and how they speak to us in these turbulent days. Created by biblical studies teacher Ann Conway-Jones with Paul Hinton, the course will be a blend of guided learning using online resources, a discussion forum and fortnightly seminars on Zoom.

To register as a Pathways learner, visit the Pathways platform 0r you can email the team with any questions.