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CODEC

Events

We are involved in a number of events, both local to Durham, and others at a more national level - and with the digital - also the potential to reach a global audience:

April Symposium

Check out CODEC’s "Digital Symposium” on Online Sacraments, 19-20th April 2018 with Jana Bennett (Aquinas on the Web), Paul Fiddes and Pam Smith

Proposed Timetable

bookiings https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/april-symposium-thursday-19t…

suitable for anyone who wants to obtain a firm grounding in the principles of new media, key knowledge of how to effectively use social media, how to get the right website for you and practical ideas that you can use in your church or other Christian context. - See more at: http://www.newmediacentreofexcellence.org.uk/regionaltraining#sthash.3JqiDGG7.dpuf
The Christian New Media Conference is a unique annual event that should not be missed. 2012's sell-out conference took place on October 20th in central London, with over 25 expert speakers and about 400 delegates wanting to find out how to flourish online. - See more at: http://www.newmediacentreofexcellence.org.uk/cnmac#sthash.BO0dmaUU.dpuf

MediaLit

A competitively-priced annual week-long conference in June, held at St John's College (Durham), designed for those training for Christian leadership and those already engaged in Christian ministry. The course explores Christian ministry and the media, and has been highly praised by previous delegates (even those who started out skeptical!).

Premier Digital Awards & Conference (PremDAC)

We work with Premier Christian Media for this annual day conference, held in London in the late autumn, with around 35 expert speakers, and nearly 600 delegates seeking to understand how to flourish online within a Christian context, from beginners to those seeking to dive in more deeply.

Preaching Conferences

These popular day events were organised by Rev Dr Kate Bruce in association with other organisations.

The Big Read

The Big Read is an annual Lent course organised by The BIGBible Project, freely available to download online, encouraging meeting together in housegroups to read the Bible, but also taking the opportunity to join in 'bigger Bible conversations' with others online.

In the past we have also run events with London School of Theology, The Association of Christian Writers, and 'Digital Kickstart Days' with Premier Christian Media.

See also the CODEC blog for other events that CODEC team may be involved in.

MediaLit13 Group in Discussion
CODEC, St John’s College,
3, South Bailey
Durham,
DH1 3RJ