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WTC Explore provides you with the opportunity to go deeper into the Bible, grow in your faith and integrate quality teaching with life in the Spirit.


Join us for an evening of worship and teaching with WTC’s Principal Dr Lucy Peppiatt. In ‘Paul’s Radical Vision for Community and Commission’ Lucy Peppiatt aims to look at Paul and his writings, bringing out his radical theology and influence on the foundations upon which the NT Church was founded and flourished. Lucy will focus on Paul’s understanding of what it means to be baptized into Christ and sent out in the power of the Spirit, while also addressing some of the issues surrounding Paul’s references to women in the church.


What is WTC?


For the last few years, Westminster Theological Centre has pioneered a unique form and model of theological training, offering theological education that integrates the best of scholarship with the power and gifts of the Holy Spirit. WTC courses are delivered in partnership with local churches throughout the UK and Sweden so that students have the opportunity to grow in discipleship and mission, whilst studying for a nationally recognized certificate or degree in theology.


Tuesday 27 March at 19:00


Holy Trinity Hastings, Robertson Street, Hastings, TN34 1HT


7pm – Registration & Coffee

7.30-9.30pm – An evening of worship and teaching with WTC’s Principal Dr Lucy Peppiatt.


This event is free to attend.

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Lucy Peppiatt

Lucy has bachelor’s degrees in both English and Theology. She completed her MA in Systematic Theology at King’s College, London, and her PhD through the University of Otago, Dunedin, New Zealand. Lucy’s research interests are Christ and the Spirit, Charismatic theology, discipleship, and 1 Corinthians. She and her husband, Nick Crawley, lead Crossnet Anglican Church in Bristol. They have four sons.