Preaching the Gospel of Matthew

Preaching the Gospel of Matthew

The College of Preachers
Preachers' Training and Development Day

Preaching from a Gospel challenges us to read with discernment, intelligence and sensitivity, listening to what God wishes to say to us uniquely through that Gospel, today. The College of Preachers is delighted to be working with several different church denominations in Scotland to present a day conference devoted to exploring the Gospel of Matthew, featured in Year A of the Common Worship Lectionary.

Come to learn from the latest critical NT scholarship, to be homiletically refreshed by the pictures and stories of Matthew, and to be challenged anew by the Word of God.

This day is a version of a highly successful event held for 3 years in Durham and last year in Edinburgh on Preaching from Luke.

The all-in price includes registration, refreshments and a buffet lunch. There will be soft drinks from 9.30 for a 10.00 start and we finish at 4.00 pm prompt.

Cost is £20 (£15 students). This includes Registration, materials, buffet lunch and refreshments.

Speakers for the day are:

Revd Kate Bruce, St John’s College, Durham
Revd David Day, St Nicholas Church, Durham

Prof. Larry Hurtado, New College, Edinburgh
Dr Geoffrey Stevenson, New College, Edinburgh

Programme Note  This day is for all preachers who want to take preaching from the Gospels

seriously. We will cover:


·      Background material for preaching Matthew

·      Reading Matthew’s material faithfully

·      Crafting a sermon from Matthew

·      Matthew’s Gospel in Visual Art

·      Hearing and critiquing a sermon from Matthew’s Gospel



Thu, Nov 18, 2010, 10:00 AM   Start
Thu, Nov 18, 2010, 04:00 PM   End
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Davidson's Mains Parish Church
Quality Street
Edinburgh EH4 5BB, UK
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  • When: 18 Nov 2010, 10:00 AM to 18 Nov 2010, 04:00 PM. Where: Davidson's Mains Parish Church, Edinburgh EH4 5BB.