Wednesday, 18 October 2017
The Art of Neighbouring is a series of creative workshops about being an adaptive missional presence in your neighbourhood, for leaders of churches and agencies within CCVT.
The Art of Neighbouring provides a learning environment of action and reflection for church communities wanting to develop skills and share ideas around neighbourhood engagement.
This series consists of 5 integrated workshops plus one retreat day over 12 months, facilitated by Gabriel and Catherine Hingley and guest speakers. The facilitators will be available to companion with church leaders and their teams throughout the year.
Time: All workshops run between 9.30am and 4pm on the dates listed. Lunch is included.
Venue: Seminar Room, Stirling Theological College, 44-60 Jacksons Road, Mulgrave, VIC.
Cost: $200 for all sessions, to cover cost of materials and catering. Group discount available.
For more information, or if you have any questions, contact Gabriel Hingley at firstname.lastname@example.org or on 9488 8800.
Registrations for the 2018 cohort will open soon, but you can express interest by contacting Gabriel Hingley.
Neighbourhooding • Wednesday March 7, 2018
Tuning into our neighbourhood involves skills of mapping, creating partnerships, and listening deeply to God and our neighbourhood.
Hospitality • Wednesday April 18, 2018
Creating a culture of belonging and hospitality, opening our hearts and our doors to friends and strangers alike in the Spirit of Jesus.
Discipleship Pathways • Wednesday June 6, 2018
Engaging those who are yet to be living in the story of God, and inviting them to grow as disciples of Christ along intentional pathways.
Shalom-seeking • Wednesday July 18,2018
Being a generous presence in the civic life of our communities, seeking wholeness and gospel justice for all.
Children and Families • Wednesday September 5,2018
Exploring the special role children play in helping their families and communities enter the Kingdom of God.
Sharing the Journey • Wednesday October 17, 2018
Gathering and leading teams on mission together, developing Christ-centred rhythms of life as a community.
Retreat Day • Wednesday November 21, 2018
A day of reflection and renewal, exploring calling and future direction.
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