Alton Webteam: February 2017
Nurturing mission-shaped churches and circuits is the theme of Dorking & Horsham Circuit's Mission Training Day on
Saturday 11th March, 10am to 4pm
(Registration from 9.30am)
Come, be inspired and join in Methodism's ongoing conversation as we reimagine what 21st century church could look like and seek to fulfil our commission to make disciples of all people!
Keynote Speaker: Rev Graham Horsley (Connexional Fresh Expressions Missioner)
Recorded Talk: Dr Rachel Jordan-Wolf (National Mission and Evangelism Adviser for the CofE)
Plus feedback from national Reimagine Conference, Breakout Sessions & Take It Home info pack.
Venue: London Road Methodist Church, Horsham, W Sussex
Contact/info & to book your place: Juliet Fuller
Tel: 01403 731927 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
(NB: BYO lunch; tea/coffee provided)
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