by Dr Jocelyn Bryan. Written by subject experts, the language used can be immediately understood by the non-expert reader and the books conclude with an insightful list of Do’s and Don’ts. Their purpose is to inform and guide those who find themselves having to deal with the fallout from one or all of these serious social issues.
21/10/2011Student Refections on Summer Placements
Placements are at the heart of ministerial and theological formation here at Wesley Study Centre, Durham, because practical theology is rooted in reflection on experience of ministry. A wide variety of placements are offered to student ministers offering opportunities to work alongside churches, training institutions and community projects, across a wide range of contexts. These placements give students invaluable insights as they prepare for ministry, provide important opportunities for cross-cultural engagement, and create vital links on both local and international levels, where shared learning can take place. For full article and to read student reflections click on link: Student Reflections on Summer Placements
26/09/2011Excellence, breadth, depth, and diversity: Wesley Study Centre, Durham and Cranmer Hall praised by Inspection
St John’s College/Durham University News
David Wilkinson (Principal of St John’s College) said, “The Wesley Study Centre is a remarkable place, as this report demonstrates. Imaginative and cutting edge and yet the most embedded into a world class University of any Methodist institution.” Complete Press release