“You are the love the Lord with all your heart, your soul, and your mind.”
- Jesus (Matthew 22:37)
The Learner’s Exchange is a ministry of Christian Education at Christ the King. It offers space to study the Bible, engage with topics in theology & ethics, and learn about the practices of the life of faith.
- When does the Learner’s Exchange happen? On Sundays at 9:40am, immediately after the 8:30am Traditional Service and just before the 10:45am Contemporary Service. Learner’s Exchange session run for about 45 minutes. They include coffee and light refreshments.
- Where does the Learner’s Exchange meet? We gather in the main lecture hall of the Old School House, on the campus
- What if I miss a session? Learner’s Exchange talks are generally recorded and available in the “Sermons” section of the church website, as well as the CtK platforms on Spotify and Apple.
- Who teaches in the Learner’s Exchange? Generally, lectures are given by the Rector or another member of the ministry staff. Sometimes guest speakers join us.
The name ‘Learner’s Exchange’ is a tribute to the late Rev. Canon Profession J.I. Packer, who pioneered and sustained a similar ministry for over three decades in his home parish. Packer was passionate about catechesis and Christian education for all believers, as an essential part of their discipleship and spiritual formation as followers of Christ.
2023 Learner’s Exchange Series:
‘A Journey Through the Bible: Genesis to Revelation’.
This series offers a succinct overview of every book of the Old and New Testament, with attention to the unity of the scriptural canon and particular themes of each book therein.