Due to COVID-19, Thursday Training is cancelled until further notice.


Why do we have Thursday Training?

 The gospel is the message of hope! We want to understand it better, so we can be more joyfully captivated by Jesus. We want to appreciate the riches of God's love for us in Jesus Christ, so that we become more prayerfully dependent on our Heavenly Father.

We want to consider how the gospel has changed the world in the past and how its changing the world now, bringing life and hope. We want to be distinctively generous because of the forgiveness and rescue gifted to us, and be better at loving others through learning how to be more culturally engaged and hospitable. We also want to be better at sharing the good news of the gospel. 

We are therefore having Thursday evening training, where there will be biblical and theological short courses and where we will look at applying the good news to our lives in various ways, with the help of in-house and guest speakers. 

So why not join us? Let's learn together, discover together and grow more joyfully captivated by the hope-giving gospel, so that our faith in God and love for others might grow as a result. 

The Thursday night Training is aimed at Christ Church Liverpool attendees, but if you're not from Christ Church and are interested, please do get in touch about attending - office@christchurchliverpool.org.

See you there!


Raising Kids for Christ in a Confusing Culture

5th, 12th, 19th March 2020

7:30PM - 9:15PM | 2 Blackburne Place, L8 7PE

Are you a parent, grandparent, guardian or kids & youth worker? Then this training is for you! Three sessions with Mel Lacey equipping you to engage with children and young people, delving into sexuality, media, identity and more! 

If you have any questions, please email Sarah at sarah.oliver@christchurchliverpool.org.

Please note that you can no longer book your tickets as the training has sold out! Please do not attend on the night without a tickete, as we won't be able to squeeze you in. 


The Gospel in Mental Health

7th, 14th, 21st May 2020

7:30PM | 2 Blackburne Place, L8 7PE

Week 1: Identity: Who am I?

This is a battleground for our faith, especially in the context of our mental health. In today's society we live in a philosophied world and are constantly told who we are and how we ought to be. These philosophies underpin all pharmacological and psychological treatments for mental health problems, but don't consider God or who we are before God. Before considering the wisdom the world has to offer, we must be confident and secure in who God says we are in scripture. 

Week 2: Emotions and trials

Our feelings and life experiences play a huge role in forming our self-understanding and may be symptoms of or triggers for many mental health problems. In week 2 we will consider how we should interpret and understand our emotions and the things that trouble us in light of the Gospel.

Weeks 3: Engaging with treatments for mental health

In week 3 we will consider the various treatments for mental health problems that the world has to offer, looking for the good in them, the philosophies that underpin them, but also where they lack truth because they deny or surpress the existence of God. We will consider how they can be reinterpreted and used faithfully with the Gospel.