Worship:Leading & Preaching

 

This course is mainly for the initial training of Worship Leaders (1-4) and Local Preachers (1-8), but others are welcome to use it to deepen their faith (although only registered students have access to the Module Reader). Many different people have contributed to the course. Whilst we have tried to do overall justice to the breadth of Methodism, each module-section reflects, more or less, the point of view of its writer(s).


You will find .pdf versions of all module reader extracts in this section.

To download and view the PDF’s in the Module Reader, we advise you to have the latest update of Adobe.

Once Adobe Reader opens, click on ‘Help’ which can be found at the top of the screen. This brings up a drop down menu. Click ‘Check for Updates’. If there is an update available you will have the option to ‘Install’ – please click this.

 If you are having further problems, we advise you to try opening the Module Reader in a different browser (eg: Mozilla Firefox or Google Chrome)

This is the first module in the 'Worship: Leading & Preaching' pathway.

This is part of the 'Worship: Leading & Preaching' pathway. Modules 2, 3 and 4 can be studied in any order, though we recommend the normal numerical order.

This is part of the 'Worship: Leading & Preaching' pathway. Modules 2, 3 and 4 can be studied in any order, though we recommend the normal numerical order.

This is part of the 'Worship: Leading & Preaching' pathway. Modules 2, 3 and 4 can be studied in any order, though we recommend the normal numerical order.

Upload your portfolio here after your tutor has completed the first stage of marking and has assessed your portfolio as 'criteria met'.

Module 5 is the first module studied by local preachers in training after completing Portfolio A.  Modules 6, 7 and 8 can be studied in any order after module 5, though we recommend the normal numerical order.

 Ammended 15/03/18

Modules 6, 7 and 8 can be studied in any order after module 5, though we recommend the normal numerical order

Modules 6, 7 and 8 can be studied in any order after module 5, though we recommend the normal numerical order.

Modules 6, 7 and 8 can be studied in any order after module 5.
8.3 should be studied last, as it is designed to help you consolidate your learning and commit to your ongoing development.