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Webinar series: Mission Beyond Lockdown

The lockdown means that we can't do what we usually do right now.
And if, as expected, social distancing measures remain once the strict lockdown ends, our church buildings may remain closed for some months.
What does this mean for God's mission through the church?

The District Missioner Community and Learning Network, in collaboration with the Evangelism and Growth Team, bring you a series of webinars starting Tuesday 12th May to explore this issue and the many questions which arise. We are offering hosted conversations on the impact of social distancing on community engagement, leadership, evangelism, discipleship and more. Each webinar will be interactive and reflective, aiming to prepare all of us — ministers, lay workers and committed volunteers — for the "new normal" that is coming.

Go here for details of the webinars, who to contact and how to join in.

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