Current BCDM Modules

Join us to explore your calling to be God’s child in creation, learning from Jesus as his disciple and seeking to join in with God in ministry to the world through the Holy Spirit.

Further modules will be running throughout the year and will be communicated once available.

If you have any questions about the modules, please check our FAQ Page or contact


Book now for BCDM Celebration. Why theology matters for discipleship: Growing and learning throughout life

A special free event for anyone who has ever participated in a BCDM module

St Nicholas Kenilworth, Sunday 24th March, 3-5pm

Including a Guest Speaker from LICC and the Bishop of Coventry

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Modules starting in February/March
Paul's Life, Mission and Letters

Paul’s Life, Mission and Letters looks at the life of the Apostle in his context in the 1st Century world, and the letters that he wrote, focusing especially on 1 and 2 Corinthians. You will gain an understanding of what motivated Paul, what his opponents said, and find ways of reading his letters so that they make sense!

Dates and Time: Monday evenings 7:00-9:30pm, 25th February - 25th March

Venue: St Michael's House, 11 Priory Row, Coventry, CV1 5EX

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Needs-based Evangelism

What would it look like for the gathered and sent church to seriously accept the call of Jesus 'to go and make disciples'? The word 'evangelism' evokes different responses some positive, some negative.  In this module we will show that evangelism is most natural response we can have to our call, and look at how we can find our unique voice. Over the sessions, we will explore the Mission of God, being relevant to our context, four dimensional listening and implicit and explicit evangelism.

Dates and Time: Tuesday evenings 7:00-9:30pm, 12th March - 9th April

Venue: St Nicolas Church, Church Street, Nuneaton, CV11 4AZ

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This interactive module will give opportunities to learn about as well as participate in different styles, methods and experiences of prayer. We will look at prayers in the Bible, different types and styles of prayer, the links between different spiritualities and methods of prayer and active methods of praying such as 'prayer walks' and 'prayer stations'.

Dates and Time: Thursday evenings 7:00-9:30pm, 7th March - 4th April

Venue: St Andrew's Church, Church Lane, Eastern Green, Coventry, CV5 7BX

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Modules starting in April
Encountering God: Spirituality

This module is designed to help us take stock of where God is at work in our busy lives.  Whether through prayer, scripture, the great outdoors or the simple encounters of everyday life, God can and does speak to each one of us and uses us to speak to others.  Come along to find practical ways to experience more of God’s presence in your life.

Dates and Time: Monday evenings 7:00-9:30pm, 1st April - 20th May (no sessions on 15th and 22nd April, 6th May)

Venue: St Michael's House, 11 Priory Row, Coventry, CV1 5EX

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Jesus and the Gospels

This module will look at each of the four gospels in turn, so that you have the opportunity to get to grips with the unique approach to Jesus that each one of them offers. By the end of the module, you will have read all four gospels and you will find fresh ways of talking about what Jesus means to you.

Dates and Time: Wednesday evenings 7:00-9:30, 1st May - 29th May

Venue: St Lawrence's Church, Old Warwick Road, Rowington, Warwick, CV35 7AB

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Introducing Christian Ethics

Jesus taught us to love one another and to love our neighbour as ourselves.  But what does that mean in the messiness of everyday life?  How are we to understand the ethical teaching of the Bible?  In this module you will explore the ethical framework of the Bible and think about what it means for how we should live, respond to issues and engage with the world.

Dates and Time: Tuesday evenings 7:00-9:30, 30th April - 14th May, final two sessions on 4th and 11th June

Venue: St Edmund's Church, Church Street, Shipston-on-Stour, CV36 4AP

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Modules starting in June

New modules to come in this period.

We Believe

In this module we shall explore how the Bible, Christian experience and theology relate to each other, and why Christians believe what they do. By the end of the module you will have looked at the basics of Christian theology and begun to think about how you might explain these to others, both inside church and beyond.

Dates and Time: Monday evenings 7:00-9:30pm, 3rd June - 1st July

Venue: St Michael's House, 11 Priory Row, Coventry, CV1 5EX

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