Rev. Richard Atkinson: November 2019
I hope to start a meaningful conversation on Monday 2nd December at 7.30pm. I want to stress there is no hidden agenda here, rather an attempt to engage the church in reflecting on the communal journey we share. Here are some broad brushstrokes, in the hope that, through discussion and prayerful consideration, some detail may emerge. The aim is for there to be a time for folk to come together and share their wisdom as we strive to discern the forward path to which our God is calling
Firstly, to think on 'what is a Minister for?'
Secondly, 'what does it mean to be a church family?'
Thirdly, 'what it is to be a diverse community?'
And then, given the chance, what else might you say to the church?
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