New Anabaptist Group in Ireland

A new Anabaptist group is meeting in Ireland. The first meeting is on Wednesday 9 September at 730pm in the Centre for Contemporary Christianity, 3rd Floor, 21 Ormeau Avenue, Belfast BT2 8HD.

For further details, contact Gordon McDade: gmcdade@btinternet.com.

Webinar recordings

Recordings of the six webinars presented in the series 'The Opportunities and Challenges of Post-Christendom' are now available. Information can be found at http://www.anabaptistnetwork.com/node/734.

Plans are developing for a further series of webinars from October 2016. If you would like information about these, please contact anabaptist@bristol-baptist.ac.uk.

'Anabaptists, the Bible and Discipleship'

You are invited to the second annual lecture organised by the Centre for Anabaptist Studies at Bristol Baptist College.

The presentation will focus on the central identity marker of Anabaptists – Nachfolge or discipleship; it will explore how the Anabaptist commitment to discipleship can illuminate our present understanding and practice of Christian spirituality.

The speaker will be Dr Toivo Pilli, course leader in Baptist and Anabaptist Studies at the International Baptist Theological Seminary in Amsterdam.

Bursary Fund to study Anabaptism

The Mennonite Trust has set up a small bursary fund to assist those wishing to study on the new MA course run by the Centre for Anabaptist Studies in Bristol.

Grants are available to offset some of the costs of individual modules or the full MA course. These modules can be studied in block weeks in Bristol or online.

Anyone interested in applying for bursary support should contact anabaptist@bristol-baptist.ac.uk.

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