In collaboration with the Practical Theology Seminars at the University of Roehampton we will have two seminars per year focused on theological action research projects and reflecting on theological action research methodology. The first of these takes place on Thursday 17th November at 11.30-13.00 GMT. It will be a paper from Dr Marten Van de Meulen and Jonna Bakker, from Protestant Theological University in the Netherlands, entitled, “Finding a missional ecclesiology: marginality, discernment and time as elements for understanding church.” To join us please sign up on this Eventbrite link and you will be sent the link for Microsoft teams.
The training is designed to equip participants with the knowledge and skills to embark on your own theological action research project.
The day is run by Dr Helen Cameron, Research Associate of the Centre for Baptist Studies at Regent’s Park College, Oxford and Dr James Butler, postdoctoral researcher at the University of Roehampton and MA lecturer at the Church Mission Society, Oxford.
The day runs from 2.30pm to 8.30pm (UK time). It will be interactive and conversational and take place over Zoom.
Early Bird Fees (now until 30/11/2020): Waged Researcher £45; Doctoral student £30.
Standard fee (1/12/2020 – 4/1/2021): Waged Researcher £50; Doctoral student £35.