Welcome to Johannite School

This is a place to learn more about the thought, practice, community, and history of the Apostolic Johannite Church. Our aim is to make it easier for new members of the church, as well as interested people who aren’t close to a local community, to find out more about the AJC.

Johannite School is free.

As the school curriculum grows, it will cover popular topics like,

  1. Introduction to Johannite Concepts and Theology
  2. What do Johannites do (practice, ritual, traditions)?
  3. What is the AJC about (structure, definitions, community)?
  4. What is Gnosticism (introduction)?
  5. History of Johannite communities (33CE to today)
  6. What is Hermeticism and why is it relevant?

The first of these courses, “Introduction to Johannite Concepts and Theology” is available and you are welcome to join in.

All courses include video lectures, written notes, extra resources and homework exercises. Each course is self-paced.

The school includes a forum area where you can meet other students and ask for help.

First Registerthen enrol in your course

Recent News and Updates

The Johannite Rosary

A few days ago, Father Tony Silvia posted the text of the “Johannite Rosary” on his blog. This practice is one of the most popular practices in Fr Tony’s book so, given that Johannite practice is the focal topic of the school this year, I thought I’d add a little detail and pass it on,…

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Progress – Intro to Practice

As I warned, progress on the Practice course has been slow. My plan was to start adding new course units in August – and I did get started on it in August – but it’s taken a little longer to get things flowing properly. I’ve now published the first two modules – each of which has a couple…

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Course certificates. Finally.

If you’ve completed the Introduction to Johannite Concepts and Theology course, you will notice a new link on the course homepage which lets you download a PDF certificate showing that you’ve completed the course. The certificate is set up to use the First Name and Last Name on your user profile. If your name isn’t…

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