|Week Commencing||Bible Teacher and Topic|
|Sunday 15 October 2017||Nathan Weston – Hebrews|
Rob Whittaker – Personal Evangelism (Part 1)
|Sunday 5 November 2017||John Allen – Ecclesiastes|
Rob Whittaker – Personal Evangelism (Part 2)
|Sunday 19 November 2017||Paul Keeys – Walk Through the New Testament|
Danny Ruhrlander – Eschatology
|Sunday 26 November 2017||Dave Bookless – Creation Care|
Derek Burnside – The Person and Work of the Holy Spirit (Part 1)
|Sunday 3 December 2017||Derek Burnside – The Person and Work of the Holy Spirit (Part 2)|
Rob Whittaker – Abraham (Part 1)
Mark Thomas – 1 Corinthians
|Sunday 7 January 2018||Andy Jack – 1 Samuel|
Rob Whittaker – Abraham (Part 2)
|Sunday 14 January 2018||Kim Lee – World Religions (Part 1)|
Seidel Abel Boanerges – Apologetics
Rob Whittaker – Abraham (Part 3)
|Sunday 21 January 2018||Andy Woof – Attributes of God|
Kim Lee – World Religions (Part 2)
|Sunday 28 January 2018||Ian Ellershaw – Minor Prophets|
Kim Lee – World Religions (Part 3)
Rob Whittaker – Abraham (Part 3)
|Sunday 11 February 2018||Derek Burnside – The Church|
Rob Whittaker – Upper Room Discourse
Sponsorship for British students…
We have received a grant that will enable us to provide 25% sponsorship to British students. If you are considering Bible School as an option, please get in touch with us. You can apply for Spring School starting in April 2018 or Winter School which starts in September 2018.
All our courses are a perfect opportunity to set aside a relatively short space of time to devote to developing your relationship with Jesus through studying the Bible. During the programme of study you will read through specific sections of the Bible as part of your daily readings. There will also be an enormous amount of teaching which covers a number of Old and New Testament books as well as specific lectures and seminars that focus on the practical side of Christian living. As many people attest this is one of the best and life transforming experiences they have had. Why not give yourself the opportunity to share in the same testimony?
The vast majority of the course will be delivered as lectures in our conference hall. The lectures last approximately 50 minutes each and there will generally be four sessions in the morning before lunch and two sessions at night after the evening meal from Monday to Thursday. On Fridays there will be a series of seminars delivered in the morning before lunch. Below is a overview of the topics and books covered during the One Year School. Please note that these titles are used as an illustration. Due to the availability of lecturers and Bible teachers the topics and titles are subject to change.
Genesis – Early life of Abraham, Deuteronomy, Joshua, 1 Samuel, Ecclesiastes, Song of Solomon, Highlights from Isaiah
Sermon on the Mount – Matthew 5-7, Luke’s Gospel, John 14-17 – Upper Room Discourse, Acts 1-12, Romans, 1 & 2 Corinthians, Ephesians, Philippians, Colossians, 1 Timothy, Hebrews, James, 1 John
Facing the non Christian World, Prayer, Christian Dynamics, Evangelism, The Father Heart of God, The Person and Work of the Holy Spirit, World Religions, Apologetics, The Church, The Second Advent, Devotional Life, Discipleship, Counselling, Practical Theology, World Missions, Theological Questions, Authority and Inspiration of Scripture, Relationships
In addition there are a number of seminars dealing with practical aspects of the Christian life.
During your time at Capernwray you will be completing two courses of study, which largely run in parallel. One course is external and validated by NCFE. The other course leads to the award of the Capernwray Hall Bible School Certificate. These courses will be fully explained in the early days of Bible School and are fully explained in the Course Handbook, which you will receive upon arrival.
During Winter School you will be enrolled with NCFE on Capernwray Bible School’s Foundations in Christian Life and Service course and in Spring School on the Principles in Christian Life and Service course. The courses undertaken at Capernwray are accepted at some schools in North America and other countries around the world, and your portfolio of completed work will be a valuable asset to take on to any further studies. A transcript of studies is also issued at the completion of the course.
NCFE is one of the longest standing validating bodies in the UK. One of the key reasons for working alongside NCFE is the fact that we have been able to maintain the total course content and ethos – in no way has any part of our message been compromised. As part of the accreditation, we are now inspected on a regular basis by Schools Inspection Service, a nationally-appointed body. You can read there latest inspection report of Capernwray Hall here.
As part of the course assessment process every student is required to attend all lectures as these lectures provide the input for the overall assessment of the course. In total there are twelve assessed units (nine in Winter School and three in Spring School) which are generally assessed through a combination of written test or essay. Assistance and guidance on completing the assessments are provided as part of the course schedule.
Start your Bible School application today…
We have an online application system which enables you to start applying right now. Alternatively you can download and print a form, complete and post it back to us. Either way you can get started today.