From lectures given by members of Birmingham University’s Edward Cadbury Centre for the Public Understanding of Religion, to a seminar on mindfulness, to the College’s Open Day, May was a busy month at Ming Hua. Here are photographs of some of the highlights.
Ming Hua Theological College is pleased to announce that applications for scholarships for the next academic year are now open.
The College has two scholarship funds generously provided by the Compass Rose Society and in memory of Revd Andrew Leung.
Scholarships are available to students studying the Master of Theology and Bachelor of Theology programmes.Continue reading Scholarship Applications Open 獎學金現接受申請
Principal Professor Gareth Jones introduces the two main Christian movements that will be studied in the College’s next study trip to Europe.
The Cathars, whose name means the ‘Pure Ones’, were one of the most fascinating, unusual, and in the end tragic of all Christian movements in the medieval Church.
Ming Hua has a range of exciting courses on offer this J-Term
Ming Hua’s J-Term brings together a wonderful series of different classes and lectures, focusing upon the great diversity of ministries we find in the Christian Church.
The money will be used to support Ming Hua’s work in theological education.
Ming Hua is excited to announce it has been given a US$20,000 grant by the Compass Rose Society for scholarships at the College.
三月初，陽光燦爛的一天，我們迎來「國際媽媽禱告網」(Moms in Prayer，下稱 MIP ) 的香港區聯絡人 Irene，探索明華如何和MIP合作，以禱告守望香港的下一代及中環的社區。 Continue reading Moms in Prayer 國際媽媽禱告網
The Most Reverend Dr Barry Morgan, Archbishop Emeritus of Wales, reflects on the different perspectives of the four Gospel writers.
The four Gospels give us four different accounts of the Passion of Jesus. Each Gospel writer not only gives his own account of the events leading up to the death of Jesus, so that the details are not the same in each story, but they also see the event of the Passion in their own particular way, bringing their own insight to bear on it. In a real sense, there is not, therefore, just one account of the Passion of Jesus, but four of them. Continue reading The Passion Story