Welcome

We are pleased to announce our programme for 2021/22 starting with a lecture given by Archbishop Stephen Cottrell on 25th September. The dates are all on the What’s On page. We will be returning to the usual arrangements for our meetings but with a zoom option for people to join the lectures remotely. We will continue to offer the DVD Seminars by zoom as that format has worked well.

Costs

Live lectures: Live lectures attended in person: STILL ONLY £8.00 per session, including breakfast and mid-morning refreshments (Covid 19 guidance allowing); students: £5 per lecture; under 18s free. Fees payable preferably in advance by the online booking system Eventbrite or on the day by contactless card or cheque (to Harrogate School of Theology and Mission. Zoom live-stream of lectures: £5 per person, bookable via Eventbrite.

Bibletrack seminars: £2 per Zoom session; under 18s free. Bookable in advance only by the online booking system Eventbrite

Harrogate School of Theology & Mission was launched to develop excellent theological and biblical training that is open to all. The  programme  includes live lectures led by well qualified speakers who are skilled in communicating their message and passionate about its relevance for today, plus facilitated discussions based on DVD presentations featuring leading theologians.

Live Lectures

Live Lectures on Theology and Mission 

Bibletrack Seminars

Facilitated discussions based on high quality talks on DVDs focussing on key aspects of biblical studies.

Latest books by our speakers

Bishop James Jones: ‘Justice for Christ’s Sake’

In his though-provoking examination of the importance of justice within the Christian life, Bishop James Jones reflects on his lifelong work for a more fair and equal world.
In his lecture to HST&M on this theme, Bishop James moved us all with his impassioned and often highly personal stories of his sense of call to ‘heal the broken-hearted’.
In the acknowledgements in this new book, Bishop James  thanks HST&M and St Hild College (to whom he gave a very similar lecture a few weeks later) ‘…who encouraged me to put pen to paper and write about justice from a Christian perspective.’