25th February 2019
We have assembled a fantastic group of local missional practitioners, who will be sharing their stories in a seminar format. Each seminar provides a chance to hear more about church growth or community witness in a particular area. Speakers will tell the story of their context and how they see God at work. There will be opportunities for questions, discussion and sharing other helpful experience in the room. The goal is to help everyone in attendance to reflect on their own missional context and opportunities, and glean specific helpful ideas.
Where: STC Sheffield, Nairn Street, Sheffield, S10 1UL
When: Monday 25th February - 9am - 4.15pm (includes lunch)
Neal Barnes and Eve Ridgeway (Hull Minster) – City Centre Mission: Developing a Mixed Economy Worshipping and Missional Community
Lara Bundock (Snowdrop Project) – Pioneering a justice focused charity, working with rescued victims of human trafficking
Michael Broadley and Ben Gardner (Emmanuel Loughborough) – Becoming a resourcing church and preparing to plant churches
James Chapman (Cemetery Road Baptist Church) – Leading a multicultural church, reaching the nations on our doorstep
Pauline Wills (Blaby Baptist Church) – Church growth and community witness amongst older people
Jim Master (City Life Church Sheffield) – Practical Church Planting Principles: The Strategic Importance of Planting Churches
Liam Brennan (STC Sheffield, the Shine Project) – Youth Ministry - how to do schools work and disciple youth
Fiona Kirby-Smith - (Scunthorpe Baptist Church, Crosby) – Estate ministry in areas of deprivation
Tom Finnemore (STC Sheffield) – How to make an impact with families ministry, including involving children
Joy French (St John's Owlerton) – Seeking justice in the city: mission amongst financially challenged communities
James Brown (STC Sheffield) – How are students coming to faith at University? A conversation about leading and discipling students in mission
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