Müllers exists to strengthen the Church to meet the needs of the vulnerable

Local Initiatives

Partnering with local organisations and churches to equip, empower and resource as they reach out into their communities.

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Muller's Story

George Müller cared for 10,000 orphaned children in Bristol during the Victorian era. He was a man of great faith, never making appeals for money, but simply praying to God for all that was needed. During his lifetime he received £1,500,000 in money and gifts in kind. At present day prices, this would be over £100m.

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Practical Theology Training Course

One of the ways in which Müllers resource local churches is through the Practical Theology course. This course, which has been running for over 20 years, is an opportunity to cultivate deep theological roots, thereby developing more fruitful lives.

  • Introducing the Bible & Methods of Biblical Interpretation
  • An Introduction to the Old Testament
  • New Testament 1: Understanding ‘Faith’ and ‘Works’
  • New Testament 2: How the Church responds to hardship
  • The Methods, Mission and Ministry of Jesus in the Gospels
  • Biblical Worldview: exploring how interpretation forms practice
  • Mission & Culture: Engaging with Contemporary Culture
  • Doctrine & History: how and why the faith was formed, and who did it
  • What is the Church? What the Church is and how it functions
  • The Church in Today’s Culture
  • Kingdom Ministry
  • Discipleship

Throughout the course, we seek to Encounter Jesus, Examine the Bible, Explore Theology, Evaluate Presuppositions and Engage with Culture. 

The course runs on Tuesdays, from 9.15-4pm, from September until June. We try to maintain an academic rigour while being interactive and participative in teaching style. There is also the opportunity to receive an accreditation certificate in Practical Theology at Level 3. The course is free, and open to all, regardless of their prior educational achievement.

Please note that registration for the 2020/21 course are now open. Email us for an application form or if you have any questions. 

‘Great fun’, ‘refreshing’ and, ‘thought provoking’. 

'As someone who had led an independent church in Bristol for eight years I recognised my need for some fresh teaching and perspective to keep my ministry effective. The Practical Theology Course was an ideal opportunity for me to take time out on a weekly basis to be led in worship, encouraged, stimulated and challenged. As there is no compulsory requirement to undertake the formal assessments, I was able to do so without adding burden to a busy ministry schedule. It has been a fantastic experience, which I can recommend to anyone who is considering serving in ministry or already in a position of leadership to remain sharp.' Andrew Yelland, Leader of Crofts End, St George


'The Practical Theology course has been such an amazing blessing to me. I am so thankful that I have been able to attend. The course content is well thought out and interesting; the other speakers and teachers bring variety and different perspectives. I can honestly say that I look forward to Tuesdays as a really special part of my week. The day starts with a time of worship which is always a blessing. We study a wide variety of subjects and have discussions and debates which are good opportunities to see how others feel about issues that face Christians today. My understanding of the Bible is much clearer, as well as my understanding of why other Christians believe what they believe. I feel that the course has really helped me in my walk with God. My confidence in hearing God has grown and I hope that this is just the beginning of my journey to a deeper understanding of the Bible and a more effective life for my God whom I love and serve.' Fiona Lightwood, member of Hope Church, Worle