National Estate Churches Network

Category: Discipleship & Learning

  • Black Light Course – Starts 4th May

    The Black Light Course explores the presence and contributions of black people in the Bible, in church history and in Britain today.

  • Church Army Online Leadership Resources

    LEAD is the new leadership development offer from Church Army. It’s been designed and piloted with pioneers and evangelists in mind.

  • Difference – Archbishop’s Reconciliation Course

    The Difference team are keen to work with estate practitioners to make the course accessible for estate contexts. Can you help?

  • New Resources from Unlock

    Unlock have got some new resources available as well as a training events being booked for 2022/23, read on for details.

  • Mission on the Margins

    ‘Mission on the Margins’ at St Hild College is a learning track for people who engage missionally within marginalised contexts.

  • Cinnamon Connect Learning Community

    Cinnamon Connect is a learning community that aims to put you in touch with people, resources and knowledge to help your church change lives.

  • Urban Ministries – Two new online courses

    In September 2022, Urban Ministries are starting two different webinar courses: UMP Lite and Studying & Teaching the Bible in the Urban Context.

  • Unlock Bible Study Resources

    Unlock enables urban churches of any denomination to respond to their local contexts. They are especially concerned with helping oral learners engage with Bible Stories and explore the Christian faith.

  • Growing Good – Free discipleship course

    Find out about the Growing Good Toolkit, a free discipleship course. Explore how your church can grow and make a difference in your community.

  • Reflection – Renewal and ‘A new self’

    A New Year reflection by NECN chair, Lynne Cullens.

  • Reflection – Making Space for All God’s Children

      Joe Hasler is a priest and former community worker who has lived and worked on estates for many years. He blogs about his experience and has created resources on his website Joe has written a reflection  paper to indicate his desire to be engaged in a social evangelisation, alongside his desire for a…

  • English My Way

    English My Way is a programme designed specifically for people living in the UK, whose English language abilities are below Entry Level 1. The aim is to help adults who have very little or no English language skills to become a part of their local communities. The course can be taught through a mix of tutor-led sessions,…