TSS Summer School 2021

Believing and belonging: Biblical Perspectives on the Community of Faith.
15 pre-recorded lectures;
2 webinars (Welcome Webinar on 1 June;  and Q+A on 22 June)
Resources Available from June 1
Registration open from May 26

  • Biblical Models of the People of God. (Jessie Rogers)
  • Experience of church in Mark’s Gospel, the book of Revelation and the First Letter of Peter. (Sean Goan)
  • The Pauline assemblies: Rows, Reconciliation, Renewal. (Kieran J. O’Mahony)
Registration fee is €40   Registration is still open based on access to Videos only,  the online webinar dates have past but recordings of both webinars are included on resource page.
CLICK HERE REGISTRATION FOR SUMMER SCHOOL
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What’s On 2021

TSS for Lent and Easter 2021

Easter: Weaving the Tapestry of Death and New Life
9 pre-recorded lectures; 1 webinar; 1 meditation (€30)

  • “Behold my servant”: the Servant of the Lord in Isaiah (Jessie Rogers)
  • “And when I am lifted up, I will draw all people to myself”: Easter in John (Sean Goan)
  • “Dying and raised to new life in Christ”: Salvation in Romans. (Kieran J. O’Mahony)
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TSS for Pentecost 2021

Seeing visions and dreaming dreams (Joel 2:28): Pentecost now!
3 pre-recorded lectures on the readings for the feast. Free registration for all.

  • Babel to Jerusalem and beyond: Acts 2:1-11 (Jessie Rogers)
  • There is a variety of gifts but always the same Spirit: 1 Corinthians 12:3-7, 12-13 (Kieran J. O’Mahony)
  • Breathing new life: John 20:19-23 (Sean Goan)

Meditation Webinar Online on Sunday 23rd May  7:30pm
(If you registered the link is in your email plus the join link is also at the very top of the Registrant’  Password Protected Resource Page)

TSS Summer School 2021

Believing and belonging: biblical perspectives on the community of faith.
15 pre-recorded lectures; 2 webinars (Welcome Webinar on 1 June;  and Q+A on 22 June) (€40)
Resources Available from June 1
Registration open from May 25

  • Biblical models of the people of God. (Jessie Rogers)
  • Experience of church in Mark’s Gospel, the book of Revelation and the first letter of Peter. (Sean Goan)
  • The Pauline assemblies: rows, reconciliation, renewal. (Kieran J. O’Mahony)