Welcome to URCLE
URCLE is the United Reformed Church Learning Environment. This is a sharing place for peer to peer network structured courses and for some committee work. Please visit the Welcome to URCLE space first to learn how to use URCLE (this will automatically appear in your 'My Courses' list for ease).
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This space serves many purposes: welcome, help & administration. In the Welcome to URCLE space we've put together some important information on how to use this and similar spaces in the URCLE environment. Everyone who uses the URCLE has been automatically added to this space. If you feel you don't need to use it, that's OK, but the resource remains here if you do.
Through experiences of blended and flexible learning TLS helps people:
- ENRICH their spirituality
- EXPLORE the Bible, Theology and Contemporary thought
- ENGAGE with those on similar journeys
- ENJOY stimulating sessions of study
- EMBARK upon a new direction in discipleship
- And all this while EQUIPPING for Chrisitian mission and service
- and ENCOURAGING growth in churches.
TLS is a varied learning experience, offering opportunities for reflective and practical work; personal and group study; local and residential gatherings and basic to higher education levels of engagement.
Whether you have some academic experience or none, TLS has a course that begins where you areFor more information about TLS, visit www.tlsonline.co.uk for the overview information on TLS.
Set up to enable discussion of URCLE development within TLS
A developing set of PowerPoint presentations and other materials offered as optional support materials for people enabling TLS Lite groups, we hope this will gradually grow, session by session and unit by unit.
Administration documents for all courses
Training for Learning and Serving
25 years of education
Administration Page for Pathway 3
Classic Courses- Foundation
Classic Courses- Developing Community Experience
Classic Courses - Evangelism
Classic Courses - Experiencing Faith
Classic Courses - Pastoral Care
Classic Courses- Prayer
The CLP will develop personal qualities, insights and skills for effective Christian Leadership. Throughout the programme we seek to:
- situate Christian leadership within the context of vocation and ministry within the United Reformed Church
- develop leaders who enable our United Reformed Churches to become communities of more faithful disciples, better equipped to share in the Missio Dei
- equip participants with the habits of personal formation, knowledge and skills necessary for effective Christian leadership
In this section are resources for children and youth freindly worship resources
The URC's Child Friendly Church Award
Information on how to be accredited as a Peace mala group.
Welcome to the EM2 Forum. This is where you can ask each other questions, share resources and generally support and connect with each other. All you do is click the 'add a new topic' and start writing! An email will automatically be sent to each member of the forum, prompting people to visit, read the post and reply if wanted.
In this section is information shared with New Ministers in the URC. It contains a wealth of information on policies, guides and funding.
This section of Mission Enablers & Evangelists includes resources for Church Growth. Largely material shared at the Church Growth Conference in the summer of 2013, it is a place to share those resources. Go to the Forum to have conversations and use this section to download materials.
This is the network Forum for Mission Enablers and Synod Evangelists
This is the Forum for RCL staffs.
A series of sessions on meaningful things
Conversations around John's presentation
Timetables, documents, forms and other information
Big questions on spirtual themes through creative resources. Led and resourced by the ordinands
Caring for men, pastorally.
Celebrating 450 years of Shakespeare
forms of writting
What does it mean to lead?
An induction residential for Ordinands
This three-week course offers an introduction to learning activities of a participative nature: Contextual Bible study; Appreciative Inquiry; and Exploring Questions, Sharing Ideas.
The three sessions are being held on Thursday 1, 8 and 15 March from 1.30 to 3.30 pm in Augustine United Church, George IV Bridge in the centre of Edinburgh.
This is the open forum for staffs from Scottish College RCL
A selection of resources that have been, or would have been, published in what was originally called the 'Training Officers Manual'.
Church Leadership Programme details
This course was designed by Yorkshire Synod to be used in local churches who want to develop their welcome.
A forum style place where we can share and discuss learning opportunities, courses and events that might be of interest to colleagues.
Materials for training Pastorate Partners for Church Life Reviews (or CASA) and Appraisal Partners for MASA.
A place to share information about forthcoming spring/summer school.
A place where 'old' items from the TDO section of URCLE can be kept and stored in case it might be of some use in the future
Introductory Course for those recently commended for EM1 training, lay preachers of other denominations seeking URC Assembly Accreditation, and other interested people.
Meeting of the Education & Learning Committee at Westminster College, Cambridge. Starts with lunch at 13.00 on Wednesday the 13th and finishes with lunch at 13.00 on Thursday the 14th.
Extraordinary Meeting of the Education & Learning Committee, Monday 19 December 2016
Education & Learning Committee, 20-21 May 2015
Jan 2015 E&L Committee at Westminster College, Cambridge
Papers for the Education & Learning Committee meeting on 24-25 September at Westminster College, Cambridge
Papers for the meeting of the Education & Learning Committee on 15/16 January 2014 at Luther King House, Manchester
This is the section of E&L for EM2/3 Committee
Papers for the September 2013 Education & Learning Committee
Papers for the June 2013 meeting of the Education & Learning Committee
Papers and notes for the Education and Learning Committee, LKH, 23-24 January 2013
Invitations to tell Synods about 'Walking the Way'
A forum for MDTG discussions
Minutes of meetings of the MTDG
Papers for Missional Discipleship Task Group meetings
The first pilot year of the course(2008-9) which was developed at a time when the URC was discussing the ministry of evangelists.
A section to add questions to ask groups.
A space to put all the definitions of discipleship
Resources for and links to Missional Discipleship web information
Free Churches Group, 27 Tavistock Square, London