Learning and training
The Alpha Course
The Alpha course is a course for Christians and non-Christians alike. It tackles the big issues of the Christian life and takes some very difficult issues head on. Some of the issues covered include:
Periodically Alpha courses are run both in Huntingdon Methodist and other local churches. Contact us for further details or look on the Alpha website for details of local courses - http://uk.alpha.org
Freedom in Christ Discipleship Course
Many Christians who have undertaken the 'Freedom in Christ' Discipleship Course have said that it has helped them transfer a head knowledge of what Jesus has done for them to a heart knowledge and transforming experience.
"Knowing who I am in Christ and accepting the truth of God while rejecting the lies of the devil has changed my life."
"My life has been transformed. It truly was like walking from darkness back into light again."
"I was separated from the truth of God's love and Jesus' liberation by a large wall of pain, wounds and lies. But the wall came tumbling down."
"It proved to be a pivotal point in my Christian life ... I now feel that I have the abundant life which Christ spoke of and which I have been yearning for."
The 13-week course is a fantastic way of getting to grips with who we are in Christ, whether we are new Christians or have been so for many years. It gives participants a framework for dealing with issues from the past that may have held them back, and for moving on to spiritual maturity, perhaps faster than they may have thought possible before.
If you would like to:
please contact Huntingdon Community Church via firstname.lastname@example.org or 01480 411665
about joining the course or arranging a 'Steps to Freedom' appointment.
Christian Academy is a 2-year long Plumbline Ministries course which looks in some detail at various aspects of the Christian life. Christian Academy is designed for busy Christians - students may enrol for two years of study, complete the course over a longer period of time, or enrol for individual modules. Students studying on our courses come from many varied backgrounds, and from a wide variety of denominations and new churches.
The majority of students study on the full course, attending lectures in Huntingdon. Two modules, or one module and two half modules, are covered each term. Each module has 12 hours of teaching—3 Tuesday evenings and one Saturday. A home assignment is set for each module, and there is a tutor feedback sheet to fill in at the end of the module. Set books are provided as part of the course for some modules, and a recommended book list is also given to students. For more detail www.plumbline.org.uk/Publisher/Article.aspx?id=15805
Huntingdon Methodist House groups
Don’t forget to look at the House groups page for details of Huntingdon Methodist Housegroups which meet during the week.