Germinate Lecture 2018:
Examining the ground under our feet
Wednesday 9 May
The challenges facing rural communities and churches require imaginative responses. Germinate Leadership helps lay and ordained leaders from all denominations to develop creative, entrepreneurial skills for effective rural church leadership.
The Germinate Lecture offers an annual opportunity to engage with someone at the forefront of developing effective Christian leaders.
The Rt Revd Rachel Treweek moved from ministry in the urban Diocese of London to become Bishop of Gloucester in a predominantly rural diocese. In her lecture she will help us explore the soil of our landscape, including some of the stones and thistles, as we seek to be fruitful in being the Church in traditional and new ways in rural areas.
This event is for anyone who is interested in the nature and exercise of leadership in the rural church. Whether you’re a clergy person, lay leader, involved in a rural church or just curious, join with others interested in rural leadership to be encouraged, stimulated and challenged.
Outline of the day
11: Lecture and Q&A
1.30: Celebration of completion of Germinate Leadership 2016-17
Venue: The Arthur Rank Centre, Stoneleigh Park, Kenilworth, Warks, CV8 2LG.
Cost: £10 (until April 22 then £15)
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