Re-imagine Conference 2016

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A conference for all who love the Church and seek to nurture its mission in our world

The conference is taking place at The Hayes Conference Centre, Swanwick, from 12 noon on Monday 3 October until 2pm on Wednesday 5 October.
It is an opportunity for all who love the Church to learn more about how its mission may be refreshed and extended.

Keynote speakers include:

Revd Graham Horsley (Methodist Connexional Fresh Expressions Missioner)
Revd Dr Calvin T Samuel (Director of the Wesley Study Centre, Durham)
Dr Rachel Jordan (Church of England National Adviser for Mission and Evangelism)
Revd Ashley Cooper (Senior Pastor at Swanbank Church, Stoke-on-Trent)


Presentations, including workshops, seminars and marketplace stands, will cover a range of issues, including:

renewing and refreshing the local church
engaging with culture and cultural change in churches and their communities
developing 'mixed ecology' circuits
catalysing change in churches and communities
tools for fresh ways of being church

For more details and booking insructions go here

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