This session will focus on what it means to be a church where mixed ecology is the norm.
How can each parish or benefice prayerfully discern what new thing God might be calling them to do to serve the community they represent?
What would it mean for people in our communities to have ready access to an attractive expression of church in at least one of the 4 ‘spaces’ in their lives: around their home, their place of education/work, their social activities, or their digital connections?
We'll be hearing about the experiences of our panel as well as engaging with your questions.
Mike Harrison, Bishop of Dunwich
Mike Haslam, Chaplaincy Development Adviser
Venessa Pinto - Lay Pioneer Minister, Diocese of Leicester
Stewart Jones, Parish Priest, Diocese of Lichfield
Julia Lall, Parish Priest, Diocese of St Edmunsbury & Ipswich
With stories and experiences from those who are pioneering new ways of reaching their communities
Part of a series of webinars that explore what it means to be a church that is centred on Jesus Christ and shaped by Jesus Christ – a church that is simpler, humbler, bolder.
Find out more about the emerging vision and strategic priorities for the Church for the next decade and take the opportunity to ask your questions.
This is a work in progress and we need to work together to realise this vision. As well as hearing from the panel, there will be time for your questions and to find out what this priority means for you, your church, or diocese.
We want to engage with as many people as possible through these webinars. Please do forward this invitation to your church networks and colleagues.