Pop-Up Theology
Pop-Up Theology

Pop-Up Theology is born from a deep conviction that engaging with theology is a priority for all Christians, not the few. We study theology in order to know and love God more & to share our faith with confidence. At St Mellitus College we believe theology should be accessible to everyone, without geographical, academic, social or economic barriers. Pop-up Theology is designed so that everyone can gain confidence in their ability to engage with theological study, even those who may have not previously thought it possible. Now offered as a weekly Monday evening programme, currently on zoom, with both class and small-group discussions in the interactive teaching led by St Mellitus College staff, this is a fantastic opportunity to grow in your knowledge of and love for the Lord

The Bible: Journeys of Faith

Our next module is all about the theology of faith. Where does it come from? How can it be a substance? How does it work? How does faith make us work? How can we grow our faith? What happens when we have faith the size of a mustard seed? What about doubt and questioning?  What about those of us who believe we have little faith? These are just a  few of the questions we will be looking at over an eight week module facilitated by the St Mellitus staff.

In this module you will:
  • appreciate a New Testament overview of faith
  • examine some OT characters who exercised faith
  • reflect on ways we can practically live out our faith in today’s world
  • be inspired through church history throughout the ages, including contemporary stories from Salford and Congo
  • be more prepared to write your own story of faith
  • To engender a deeper love for God and his word
  • To inspire within students a desire for more learning and theological study
  • To equip the student for hands-on service in their local church context for the benefit of the world
  • To see more radical thinking with regard to the student’s  personal faith

Frequently asked questions

When will the course run?

Mondays Evenings via Zoom

How will the evening run?

We start each evening with a short time of worship from 7pm-7.15pm. There are then two
hour long sessions involving teaching, discussion and Q&A (7.15-8.15 and 8.30-9.30). There is a 15 minute break between these two sessions (8.15-8.30).

How much does it cost?

The course costs £100 per person, per module.

Are bursaries available?

Financial assistance may be available for students experiencing financial hardship. If you would like to find out more, email Cathie.Higgins@stmellitus.ac.uk.

How do I apply?

Click here to apply.