Living your Faith

A course produced by the diocese in 2012 and tried and tested in many parishes.

Revd Sarah Hutton, Diocesan Spiritual Growth Facilitator reviews the first module, entitled Journey ​of Faith, which she led in her own parish.

Everyone is responsible for their own journey of faith, the name of this first module. The aim of Living your Faith is to help people decide how to go about ‘moving on’ in the Christian life. Course participants found extremely helpful Westerhoff’s stages of faith , which were referred to throughout, as it gave them an understanding of where they are or might wish to be. The course materials are important and were helpful but the facilitator needs to be very flexible, reflecting back what had been discussed.  The outcome of the course was both a desire to ‘do’ something together and also a desire to ‘know’ more. As relationships in the group deepened, so did their relationship with God.

For more information about using Living Your Faith, you can get in touch with Sarah at Sarah.Hutton@cofeguildford.org.uk

All four modules are available to download free, click on the​ titles below to access the course materials.

Module 1 Journey of Faith

Where are you on the journey? Faith development and life stages; connecting with others; developing discipleship and sense of life's mission....
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Module 2 Roots of Faith

Approaches to studying and interpreting the Bible as it helps to encounter Jesus; exploring the authority of Scripture, its range and scope and its relationship with Christian living today....
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Module 3 Community of Faith

Exploring the nature of the Church as the local and worldwide worshipping community, commissioned by God to serve God's world....
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Module 4 Living Faith

Understanding how to live as Christian disciples in a fast-changing world; responding to people of other faiths and no faith; expressing and sharing faith at home, at work and in the community and across the whole of life....
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