School of Theology Streamed (SOT Streamed) is a unique opportunity for churches outside of London to access the School of Theology live teaching via a streamed video service which can be watched in a context of prayer and worship; this is a great resource for Christians who want to go deeper in their faith, at a home group or a larger church gathering.
Each academic year School of Theology has two terms, Autumn and Spring, which offer introductory level theology tracks. Each track consists of 8 weeks of talks, with each talk being 1 hour long, including short breaks for discussion and finished with questions for further group discussion. This year SOT Streamed is excited to offer the following tracks for the following dates:
BibleTrack: Introduction to the Bible (Autumn 2016) now available
|An Overview of the Bible – Mark Scarlata|
|Creation, Fall, Flood – Jane Williams|
|Israel – Mark Scarlata|
|Prophets – Andy Emerton|
|A Response to Modern Day Slavery – Tiff and James Ewins QC|
|The Gospels – Rachael Wooldridge|
|Acts – Steve Smith|
|Paul – Chris Tilling|
FaithTrack: The Hallmarks of the Church (Spring 2017)
|What is the Church? – Jane Williams|
|The Mission of God – Hannah Steele|
|The Holy Spirit and the Church – Bishop Graham Tomlin|
|Prayer – Donna Lazenby|
|The Problem of Evil – Michael Lloyd|
|The Kingdom of God – Rachael Wooldridge|
|Worship – Nick Drake|
|Community – Mark Knight|
Sometimes due to unforseen circumstances, speakers and talk topics may change.
We are pleased to share an example of a School of Theology Streamed session with you below.
For more information view our info sheet below. To apply to host SOT Streamed, please complete the below application form and email it to firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you have any question or would like to discuss SOT Streamed further, please contact Rachael Wooldridge.