One Way UK – Puppet and Creative Arts Ministry Festival
Held at the Rugby College, Rugby on Friday 1st and Saturday 2nd November 2013
Join us for our biggest event of the year! Our European Puppet and Creative Arts Ministry Festival is for everyone who wants to learn how to share the gospel of Christ using their creative skills. There will be lots of practical, hands-on workshops, led by Andy Holmes and Bob Hartman from the USA as well as a wide range of special UK guests including Steve Price, Messy Church, Steve & Kay Morgan-Gurr, David Hellyer, Jason Westmoreland, Amy Robinson and more! Workshops will be for both the absolute beginner and plenty of classes for those who want to enhance their abilities.
The European Festival is a great opportunity to meet and see puppeteers of all ages from many different churches, denominations, countries and cultures. Meet, share, have a drink with, pray with, inspire and encourage each other. With over 50 workshops on offer throughout the weekend, we are sure you will have a fun and creative learning experience. At the Festival there will be our largest range of resources available for you to see, try and take . . . → Read More: Puppet and Creative Arts Ministry Festival
Details of dates and venues can be found by downloading the poster
Nazereth Evangelical Theology Seminary
Offer a “Come and See” sabbatical study. November 2013
More details can be found by downloading the seminary brochure here
Boys - God, Church, and Faith!!
Thursday 26 September 2013 – 7.30-9.30pm – All Saints Church, Milton – CB24 6AB
Nick Harding (Author & Children’s Ministry Adviser – Diocese of Southwell, Nottinghamshire)
How can the whole church engage in children’s ministry?
Monday 7 October 2013 – 7.30-9.30pm – All Saints Church Hall, Cottenham – CB24 8SA
Chris Duffett (President- Baptist Union of Great Britain)
Nurturing healthy relationships and handling difficult behaviour
Wednesday 23 October 2013 – 7.30-9.30pm – Comberton Baptist Church Centre- CB23 7DY
Julia Chamberlin (Children & Families Adviser – Diocese of Ely) and Steve Whyatt (Director – GenR8)
Bite Size Train Up is a partnership between the Diocese of Ely, Christian Resources into Schools, and GenR8.
Cost:£5 per evening
Please book in advance! To download booking form and further fliers please go to: www.genr8.org/train–‐up
For more details contact:
Julia Chamberlin 07837 699016 email@example.com
Steve Whyatt 01223 237874 firstname.lastname@example.org
Michael Freed is a member of Hadleigh Baptist Church, Hadleigh, Essex, He has spent over 25 years in the construction industry and the past 7 years working as an operational fire-fighter where he has been involved in delivering trauma training. He also works part time as a trainer, and has recently set up his own independent company, delivering a number of training courses approved by the Chartered Institute of Environmental Health.
Recently he has been involved with the setting up of our Church’s Health & Safety policies, during which we highlighted serious training needs which needed to be addressed for us to comply with the current Health and Safety laws. Do you have any Health and Safety training needs within your own Church setting? I can currently deliver training in first aid and fire safety. Please click on the logo to be transferred to the Freedom Training services website which provides further details.
This is a high quality course for Christian leaders of any denomination offered by Claybury International in conjunction with Spurgeon’s College. The course follows the theme of personal and professional development.
The Centre for Continuing Development in Ministry (CCDM) was established in 2002, and until last year was run atSpurgeonsCollege. It offers practical in-service training to ministers by stimulating personal growth and skill development. Over the years the course has proven its value to those involved in pastoral leadership. Recent reports have highlighted two needs of ministers today. The first is the need for greater levels of support and investment for the ongoing health of ministers; the second is the need to take ministerial development seriously as a life-long process. CCDM helps meet both needs by offering personal and professional development without the requirement to undertake formal training.
The course venue is:
Claybury International, Kingsfield, Hadrian Way, Baldock, Herts SG6 6AN
The course aims:
to stimulate personal growth, skill development and imaginative ministry, to provide opportunities for reflection on issues faced by serving ministers, to assist in exploring the resources available to ministers, to alleviate the boredom or ‘mid-ministry’ factor, to train leaders in skills related to recognized needs.
The course . . . → Read More: Centre for continuing development in ministry