A day conference of of talks and workshops at the Minster School, Southwell. ‘Setting God’s People Free…for Monday to Saturday’ is a national programme of change to enable Christian people to live out their faith naturally and openly, in all aspects of their daily lives, from Monday to Saturday as well as on a Sunday. It looks outside Church structures to the roles that Christians play in communities and the wider society.
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Setting God’s people free
Saturday 1st February 2020
The Minster School, Southwell
Keynote Speaker: Gordon Jump, Programme Manager for Renewal and Reform.
Gordon Jump heads up Renewal and Reform who have an ambitious programme of work, which seeks to provide a narrative of hope to the Church of England in the 21st century. It is rooted in a sense of Biblical hope and an understanding of Christ’s call to us to pray that the Lord of the harvest will send out workers into the harvest field. Their goals are to contribute as the national Church to the common good, to facilitate the growth of the Church in numbers and depth of discipleship and to re-imagine the Church’s ministry.
Our Younger Leadership College will have members of the apprentice track present talking about their roles and vocations, and growth and encouraging vocational ministry both lay and ordained.
9.30am Arrival, Registration and Refreshments
10.00am Welcome and Opening Worship
10.30am Why I joined the Apprentice Track and the journey so far – representatives from the diocesan Apprentice Track being run by the Younger Leadership College.
11.00am Setting God’s People Free – progress to date and the learning communities – Gordon Jump, Programme Manager for Renewal and Reform
12.45pm Lunch (provided)
1.30pm Workshop 1
2.30pm Workshop 2
3.30pm Closing worship, with a reflection on the day
Venue: The Minster School, Nottingham Road, Southwell, NG25 0LG
There is plenty of parking at the Minster School site.
Each workshop will run twice
Parish Buying – This looks at how you can increase income and decrease your costs in the parish using the power of the national church and bulk buying. For all those who love getting good value in ministry. Nick Jennie (National Procurement Officer).
Time Travelling in your church – How the power of the past can be used to engage the community in the present life of the church. Diana Ives (Education Officer).
Communicating your message to Grow Disciples Wider, Younger and Deeper. Richard Ellis (Director of Communications)
Everyday Chaplaincy – Making an impact in everyday life through the power of God to impact the ordinary and make it extraordinary. Jo Tatum (Workplace Chaplain)
Please select 3 workshops in order of preference by entering the no of the workshop in the spaces provided below. Every effort will be given to allocate you to two workshops among your preferred choices.
Any other requirements we should be aware of
To be returned by Friday 24th January 2020
Catriona Gundlach, Dept of Discipleship & Ministry
Jubilee House, Westgate, Southwell,
Nottingham NG25 0JL. Tel. 01636 817232, email: