This evening course will explore ways in which the Bible itself provides direction and insight for living in community. Beginning with the Old Testament, each class session will look at the whole biblical witness to and mandate for (Old and New Testaments) special activities central to being the people of God. There will be opportunity to discuss the contemporary implications of these biblical teachings for the church in Hong Kong.
It is hoped that the participants in this class will gain a clearer idea of how to engage in activities central for the mission and ministry of all biblical communities from ancient Israel to the present day.
A list of suggested biblical readings for each week will be distributed at the first class
10 September Introduction; Worshiping (Psalms and Lamentations)
17 September Living Wisely and Well (Proverbs, Job, Ecclesiastes, Song of Songs)
24 September Building Community (Ezra, Nehemiah,1-2 Chronicles)
8 October Envisioning the Future (Daniel)
15 October Telling the Story (Esther, Ruth); Conclusion
The College is very pleased to announce the sixth issue of its journal, full of news and articles about life and work at Ming Hua.
Speaker: The Revd Dr Phillip Tovey
Date: Tuesday, 29th July 2014
Topic: Baptismal liturgy and theology in the Anglican Communion 1948-2014
Date: Wednesday, 30th July 2014
Topic: Liturgical Inculturation: Some thoughts in Hong Kong
Time: 7:30 – 9:00 pm
Venue: Lecture Hall, Ming Hua Theological College
Free admission, donation is encouraged
We are currently accepting 2014-2015 applications for the following programmes:
Bachelor of Divinity (Honours) Lay Theological Training Programme