Groups - Course

St Peter's Courses

At St Peter's we want to support people in whatever situation they find themselves. We offer a range of courses from family life and relationships, finances, recovery and pastoral care.

Although based on Christian principles, all our courses and events are open to those with or without a Christian faith or background.

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Divorce and Separation Recovery
various
20:00
Divorce & Separation Recovery is for any person who is divorced, separated, or who is currently going through a divorce. It is a practical course with a confidential and supportive environment to discuss the challenges they may be facing and find tools to deal with these effectively.
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Post Abortion Healing Course
Mon
19:00
The course offers a safe place for women to share their experiences in a small group setting through interactive talks, discussion and prayer and step by step work though different emotions and consequences following the abortion decision. Confidentiality is always respected.
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School of Theology - St Peter's
Thu
19:00
Its back – the School of Theology returns to St Peters'! Following the success of the spring term bible track, this autumn we will be studying a life track – how do we apply our faith to life? Over eight sessions we will be looking at the foundations of ethics, the role of science, money and power. By the end of term you should not only be able to prove the existence of the School of Theology but will have a firm ethical basis for deciding if it's a force for good! As usual the final session will be a Q&A panel with top theologians and close with a quiz. Dates: Sep 27 Thinking Ethically Oct 4 Has Science Disproved God? 11 Capitalism & Christianity 18 Suffering & Evil 25 Arts & Culture Nov 1 Wealth & Poverty 8 Politics & Faith 15 Q&A Panel and quiz Each evening we meet 1900 at the church hall, start at 1915. We follow the St Mellitus teaching syllabus (Holy Trinity Brompton's school of Theology), showing a video of the talk followed by a small group discussion and time of Q&A. Please note there is a small charge of £25 to cover materials and light refreshments payable on the first evening. If you have never done anything like this before please don't be put off by the term 'theological'. Our course is highly accessible and suitable for all levels. We look forward to welcoming you at 1900 on THURSDAY 27 SEPTEMBER. Run by Jonathan and Francesca Jeffes. -Thinking Ethically Michael Leyden -Has Science Disproved God? Sharon Dirckx -Capitalism & Christianity Sean Doherty -Love, Hatred and the 'Other' Selina Stone -Suffering & Evil Steve Torr -Arts & Culture Sara Schumacher -Wealth & Poverty Alexandra Lilley -Politics & Faith Stephen Backhouse
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Understanding and moving away from anxiety group
Mon
19:45
The vision of the group is to support and help people suffering from worry and anxiety and provide a mixture of personal experience, the bible and proven helpful techniques to move away from these mindsets. We will be meeting on the following dates: 8th, 15 & 29 October 12 & 26 November 3 December (TBC) Led by Jules.
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School of Theology - St Peter's
Thu
19:00
Brighton
Its back – the School of Theology returns to St Peters'! Following the success of the spring term bible track, this autumn we will be studying a life track – how do we apply our faith to life? Over eight sessions we will be looking at the foundations of ethics, the role of science, money and power. By the end of term you should not only be able to prove the existence of the School of Theology but will have a firm ethical basis for deciding if it's a force for good! As usual the final session will be a Q&A panel with top theologians and close with a quiz. Dates: Sep 27 Thinking Ethically Oct 4 Has Science Disproved God? 11 Capitalism & Christianity 18 Suffering & Evil 25 Arts & Culture Nov 1 Wealth & Poverty 8 Politics & Faith 15 Q&A Panel and quiz Each evening we meet 1900 at the church hall, start at 1915. We follow the St Mellitus teaching syllabus (Holy Trinity Brompton's school of Theology), showing a video of the talk followed by a small group discussion and time of Q&A. Please note there is a small charge of £25 to cover materials and light refreshments payable on the first evening. If you have never done anything like this before please don't be put off by the term 'theological'. Our course is highly accessible and suitable for all levels. We look forward to welcoming you at 1900 on THURSDAY 27 SEPTEMBER. Run by Jonathan and Francesca Jeffes. -Thinking Ethically Michael Leyden -Has Science Disproved God? Sharon Dirckx -Capitalism & Christianity Sean Doherty -Love, Hatred and the 'Other' Selina Stone -Suffering & Evil Steve Torr -Arts & Culture Sara Schumacher -Wealth & Poverty Alexandra Lilley -Politics & Faith Stephen Backhouse
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Understanding and moving away from anxiety group
Mon
19:45
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The vision of the group is to support and help people suffering from worry and anxiety and provide a mixture of personal experience, the bible and proven helpful techniques to move away from these mindsets. We will be meeting on the following dates: 8th, 15 & 29 October 12 & 26 November 3 December (TBC) Led by Jules.
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Post Abortion Healing Course
Mon
19:00
Brighton
The course offers a safe place for women to share their experiences in a small group setting through interactive talks, discussion and prayer and step by step work though different emotions and consequences following the abortion decision. Confidentiality is always respected.
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Post Abortion Healing Course
Mon
19:00
Brighton
(Women)
The course offers a safe place for women to share their experiences in a small group setting through interactive talks, discussion and prayer and step by step work though different emotions and consequences following the abortion decision. Confidentiality is always respected.
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School of Theology - St Peter's
Thu
19:00
Brighton
(Bible Study)
Its back – the School of Theology returns to St Peters'! Following the success of the spring term bible track, this autumn we will be studying a life track – how do we apply our faith to life? Over eight sessions we will be looking at the foundations of ethics, the role of science, money and power. By the end of term you should not only be able to prove the existence of the School of Theology but will have a firm ethical basis for deciding if it's a force for good! As usual the final session will be a Q&A panel with top theologians and close with a quiz. Dates: Sep 27 Thinking Ethically Oct 4 Has Science Disproved God? 11 Capitalism & Christianity 18 Suffering & Evil 25 Arts & Culture Nov 1 Wealth & Poverty 8 Politics & Faith 15 Q&A Panel and quiz Each evening we meet 1900 at the church hall, start at 1915. We follow the St Mellitus teaching syllabus (Holy Trinity Brompton's school of Theology), showing a video of the talk followed by a small group discussion and time of Q&A. Please note there is a small charge of £25 to cover materials and light refreshments payable on the first evening. If you have never done anything like this before please don't be put off by the term 'theological'. Our course is highly accessible and suitable for all levels. We look forward to welcoming you at 1900 on THURSDAY 27 SEPTEMBER. Run by Jonathan and Francesca Jeffes. -Thinking Ethically Michael Leyden -Has Science Disproved God? Sharon Dirckx -Capitalism & Christianity Sean Doherty -Love, Hatred and the 'Other' Selina Stone -Suffering & Evil Steve Torr -Arts & Culture Sara Schumacher -Wealth & Poverty Alexandra Lilley -Politics & Faith Stephen Backhouse
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Understanding and moving away from anxiety group
Mon
19:45
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(Relationships)
The vision of the group is to support and help people suffering from worry and anxiety and provide a mixture of personal experience, the bible and proven helpful techniques to move away from these mindsets. We will be meeting on the following dates: 8th, 15 & 29 October 12 & 26 November 3 December (TBC) Led by Jules.

       

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  • St Peter's Church
    York Place
    Brighton
    BN1 4GU
    United Kingdom
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