Fairfield Teaching Programme

Fairfield Teaching Programme

 

FAIRFIELD TEACHING PROGRAMME (FTP) Open Format

Fairfield Methodist Church is in its second year of  the Fairfield Teaching Programme (FTP); a journey to ground our members in a Bible-based foundation of life. This weekly teaching programme provides a broad overview of Bible-based Christian beliefs and practices. FTP is designed to be interactive and complements our pulpit ministry and small group interactions. The programme covers systematic and biblical theology, Bible book studies and topical subjects. At the end of the programme, participants should have a clearer grasp of basic Christian doctrine and a Bible-based approach to major areas of Christian life.
Time : 9am  to 10:15 am on Sunday (Online)
Format : 1 hour of classroom teaching, followed by ~15 minutes of Q&A

How do I join in?

Starting from the module on 18/10/20 we will pilot an open method where the Virtual meeting link to the online session will be sent weekly via the FFMC Connect WhatsApp group as well as through the Small Group Leaders’ WhatsApp group to the SG members.  Click here to sign up for FFMC Connect to receive your link

Click here for Cycle 2 module 2 schedule

Click Here for the weekly FTP Material
Frequently Asked Questions

1. Why are we starting the Fairfield Teaching Program (FTP)?
To help members of the congregation strengthen their theological foundation, thus equipping them for life and ministry.

2. What do you mean by “theological foundation”, i.e. what can one expect out of the course?
Participants should come away with a good grasp of basic Christian doctrine and a Bible-based approach to major areas of Christian life. They should also develop increased confidence in defending and sharing their faith.

3. What is the purpose of FTP?
FTP will address teaching needs that are not easily covered in pulpit teaching or SG settings.

4. Who is target audience of FTP?
Anyone in Fairfield! It is also open to friends who might want to learn more about the Christian faith.

5. What will be taught in FTP?
Systematic theology, Biblical Theology. Later topics for consideration will be Bible book studies and topical subjects (e.g. financial management, marriage)

6. What is the duration of FTP?
The initial systematic theology topics will be covered in 1 year. It will run on most Sundays except for some breaks during school holidays and special Sundays

7. Who will be teaching FTP?
FTP will be taught by FFMC members who are gifted in teaching and grounded in the Word. Currently, Dr Roland Chia, Dr Chan Yew Ming, Mr. Eric Quah and Dr Ho King Hee have indicated their involvement.

All information collected will be used solely for the purpose of FTP.

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