Cambridge study group?

There is interest in starting a new Anabaptist study group in Cambridge. If you live within reach and are interested, please contact

Urban Church Planting in Ireland and Northern Ireland

Stuart Murray Williams will be discussing the challenges and opportunities of urban church planting on two forthcoming evenings.

On April 27th he will be in Dublin and on 28th April he will be in Belfast. For more information click on the event page to the right of this article.

Anabaptist MA modules

The Centre for Anabaptist Studies, based at Bristol Baptist College, has announced that three MA modules will shortly be available. These will be taught in block weeks in Bristol but will also be delivered online and so can be accessed from anywhere in the world.

Anabaptist Origins and Distinctives will be taught on 15-19 February 2016.

Anabaptist Ethics and Hermeneutics will be taught on 11-15 April 2016.

The third module, Anabaptist Ecclesiology and Missiology will be taught in the following year.

New Anabaptist group inSouth Wales

The first meeting of this group will take place on Tuesday 14 April at 7.30pm in Ebbw Vale. Those who gather will take part in an Anabaptist table liturgy and share ideas about how the group will develop.

There have been a couple of previous attempts to start an Anabaptist group in South Wales, but a mixture of factors have hindered this. Undaunted, Peter Baines, who for some years has travelled from Abergavenny to the Bristol Anabaptist group, is inviting people in South Wales to start a new group there.

For more information, email Peter:

Radical Routes Book Group - London

Radical Routes aims to enable those who are curious to discover how the 500 year old Anabaptist/Mennonite traditions have helped shape modern approaches to Jesus centred ways of being church that are less institutionalised and hierarchical. In uncovering resources from a radical faith perspective that are life changing based on intentional discipleship in community in following Jesus.

Anabaptist Daily Prayer: A 21st Century Synthesis of Liturgical and Evangelical Traditions

On Monday 23 February at 7.30 p.m. the Rev Canon Dr James Steven will give the annual public liturgy lecture in memory of Michael Vasey in the Chapel of St John’s College, Durham. His subject will be ‘Anabaptist Daily Prayer: A 21st Century Synthesis of Liturgical and Evangelical Traditions’. James is the Academic Dean and Programme Leader for the MA in Christian Liturgy at Sarum College, Salisbury, and was a student of Michael Vasey’s at Cranmer Hall.

Do go along if you are in the area!

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