EVERY NATION, TRIBE AND LANGUAGE: MULTI-ETHNIC CHURCHES
This day conference from the Centre for Missionaries from the Majority World will explore, through talks, discussions and local case studies, the challenges of growing multi-ethnic, multicultural churches in Britain. This day has been planned especially for all lay people, ministers, mission practitioners and theologians.
On Saturday 10th June 2017 from 10am to 4pm
Challenges of Growing Multi-ethnic Churches, Rev Dr Kate Coleman
Bible and Culture, Dr Paul Bendor-Samuel
Our speakers include: Rev Dr Kate Coleman, Next Leadership, Dr Paul Bendor-Samuel, Oxford Centre for Mission Studies (OCMS), Bishop Raymond Veira, Church of God of Prophecy and Rev Richard Skinner, St Mark's Baptist Church (Host)
There will be Breakout Sessions to discuss the talks in groups.
Venue: St Mark's Baptist Church, Bristol
Our Partners for this event are: Church of God of Prophecy, Centre for Missionaries from the Majority World, Grace Evangelistic Ministries and St Marks Baptist Church. The cost is £15 including a lunch of African and Caribbean food.
Global Connections is assisting with publicity and booking arrangements.
You may wish to read an article on LinkedIn, from Israel Olofinjana of the Centre for Missionaries from the Majority World, as he writes with this event in mind: Multi-ethnic Churches: A Gospel Imperative in a Post Brexit World
Payment of the £15 fee (for both members and non-members of Global Connections) is required in advance, when booking, to help us to cover costs.