The first of two teaching evenings for all those involved in Christian lay leadership in the diocese. With Mark Melluish, Vicar of St Paul’s Ealing.
Our churches are blessed with many leaders who help to support and grow ministry year in and year out. Leadership occurs not just at the front of the church on Sundays but behind the scenes and throughout the week. Whether it’s running small groups, organising events, teaching Sunday School, catering or cleaning, there is a great need for good leaders of all ages in our church life.
This evening is designed as an encouragement to help you grow in your church leadership role, regardless of what that role is. It will be an informal gathering involving worship, teaching and fellowship that will focus on your personal development as a leader.
Topic – Growing in Listening
How do we hear God’s voice in a way that enables us to give our best in his service, to use our time fruitfully and daily walk more closely with him?
When: Tuesday 19 October from 7.30–9.00 pm (tea and coffee will be served from 7.00 pm).
Where: T3 Conference Centre, House of Vic–Ryn, Moira Road, Lisburn.
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Mark leads a family of churches in West London and has been heavily involved in the leadership of New Wine England for over 30 years. He has co–authored two books and regularly Mentors young leaders throughout the UK. Mark’s passion is to help the church to be relevant and accessible to all and there has never been a more important time to review what we are doing as leaders and how we can create churches that will reach today’s generation.