Growing as disciples
Pilgrim aims to equip people to follow Jesus Christ as disciples in the whole of their lives.
It flows from the Scriptures, draws deeply from the Christian tradition, and honours the Anglican way and its many streams
The primary focus of each session is a group of people engaging with the Bible together. In the Early Church, the Christian faith was taught by the transmission of key texts which summed up the heart of the Christian message. Pilgrim restores this approach for the twenty-first century. Pilgrim has been developed as a specifically Anglican resource which aims to cater for every tradition in the Church of England.
Pilgrim has been written by a team of writers and theologians from across the Church of England. The four lead authors are Bishop Robert and fellow Bishops Stephen Cottrell and Steven Croft, and theologian Paula Gooder.
Moving On! is a seven-session sequel to the Start! course.
With a similar down-to-earth approach, the course helps people explore Christian discipleship in a relaxed, small-group setting. As you’d expect, it’s ideal for people who are taking new steps of faith as a result of the Start! Course; …. but participation in Start! isn’t essential.
Moving On! provides seven interactive, small-group sessions. Each is based around a lively 15-minute DVD programme that includes location-based input and a thought-provoking personal story.
So it’s ideal anyone preparing for Confirmation or entering into church membership. The same goes for people who are interested in the adult catechumenate, or in personal pilgrimage.
Quite simply, Moving On! is perfect for people who want to grow in their relationship with God, going deeper in to prayer and the Bible. In fact, it’s for anyone who just wants to move on…
Moving On! is for anyone who wants to explore what it means to be a Christian disciple today.
Fruitfulness on the frontline
We all have a life on the frontline in the world that’s significant to God. But can we see how God has been working in and through us?
Can we imagine what work God might do in and through us on our daily frontlines?