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Tue 29, Sep 2020

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Breaking New Ground - Growing the Church and The Kingdom of God is near

 

Breaking New Ground — Growing the Church

Over the past 15 years or so, fresh expressions of church and pioneer ministry have been commended to the church as crucial for handing on Christian faith in contemporary culture, and for securing an intergenerational future for Anglicanism. A local example in Melbourne of such pioneering is Merri Creek Anglican, and this continuing education session welcomes its pastor, Peter Carolane, to share the story of its growth, introduce the convictions that have formed it, and identify the challenges of pioneer ministry in Melbourne. Joining him in discussion is Bishop Lindsay Urwin, the Vicar of Christ Church, Brunswick. This discussion will be moderated by Bishop Kate Prowd.

Date:

Saturday 31 October 2020

Time:

1.30–4pm

Location:

Online Zoom conference – your Zoom link will be sent to you the week of the conference

Cost:

$25 adults | $20 concession

RSVP:

Wednesday 28 October 2020

Enquiries:

The Kingdom of God is Near 

This half-day event is an opportunity for clergy and lay people to be enriched by the readings from Mark and elsewhere in the Bible for the forthcoming Church Year B.

For clergy, this is a study day, providing you with resources for preaching, worship and ministry, commencing on Advent Sunday. For lay people, this is a wonderful opportunity to explore the Bible, discover its riches and deepen your spirituality.

There will be plenty of opportunity for reflection, input and discussion.

The day’s leaders:

  • The Revd Dr Robert (Bob) Derrenbacker, Dean of the Trinity College Theological School, where he is also the Frank Woods Associate Professor in New Testament.
  • Dr Rachelle Gilmour, Bromby Senior Lecturer in Old Testament at the Trinity College Theological School.  

Date:

Saturday 28 November 2020

Time:

9.30am–12.30pm

Location:

Online Zoom conference – your Zoom link will be sent to you the week of the conference

Cost:

$25 adults | $20 concession

RSVP:

Friday 27 November

Enquiries:

 


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