Online Course in New Testament

Following the success of last year’s Online New Testament Greek Class, Fr Michael is running a class on the letters of St Paul this term.  The schedule of classes is listed below.

All of the classes will be held on Zoom at 4pm on Wednesdays beginning Wednesday 13th October.  Because of the mode of delivery, there is a maximum of 18 places available. The course will last for 16 weeks (8 weeks this term, and 8 weeks in Spring term).  If you would like to join, please email Fr Michael at and he will send you a Zoom invitation.

Autumn/Michaelmas Term

Week 1:           13th Oct           Introduction

Week 2:           20th Oct           Galatians

                        [27th Oct          Half Term]

Week 3:           3rd Nov            Galatians (cont)

Week 4:           10th Nov          The Corinthian Correspondence

Week 5:           17th Nov          The Corinthian Correspondence (cont)

Week 6:           24th Nov          Issues in Paul: ‘Who is Jesus?’ (Phil 2.5-11)

Week 7:           1st Dec             Issues in Paul: ‘Ritual meals’ (1 Cor 10-11)

Week 8:           8th Dec             Issues in Paul: ‘The Resurrection’ (1 Cor 15)

Spring/Hilary Term

Weeks 1-8:                              Focus on Paul’s Epistle to the Romans

There is no set fee for the tuition, but if you do choose to attend you are invited to consider whether to make a donation to the St Mary’s and St Helen’s PCC funds.  (To put this in context, a £40 donation for the 2-term course would equate to £2.50 per session, whereas £100 would equate to £6.25 per session).  Some people might be able to give more, others might not be able to give anything at all.  Regardless of circumstances, all are equally warmly welcome to attend.

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The Church of England Parish of Chalgrove with Berrick Salome is in the Aston & Cuddesdon Deanery of the Diocese of Oxford

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The main glory of St Mary's is the internationally important scheme of medieval paintings on the upper walls of the chancel