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GATHERSOUTH

GATHERSOUTH

Wednesday, 25 November 2015, at Christ Church, Chorleywood

Venue: Christ Church, The Common, Chorleywood, WD3 5SG

Cost:  £35.00 (including lunch and refreshments)

Timings: 9am for a 9.45am start, closing at 6pm

GATHERSOUTH aims to encourage, support and enable the growing of unity for transformation movements across the south of England, and to hear stories of town and city transformation arising from a base of relational unity and sustained prayer.

Scroll down to see who will be joining us for this strategic conversation…

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The day will feature a range of inspiring stories from church unity movements across the south of England. 

This will include input from Linda Ward, representing the Ealing movement, as well as others to be announced soon.

The day’s conversation will be also supported by some key people who will be helping us to think through some important issues:

Malcolm Duncan, senior pastor of Gold Hill Baptist Church and chair of the Spring Harvest planning group, will be helping us think through the theology of transformation and the vision of God for our places.

Graham Kendrick will be helping us respond spiritually to these issues through worship.

Mark Greene, executive director of LICC, will be helping us think through the implications of Christians being transformers of culture in their everyday lives.

David McNultyDavid McNulty, CEO of Surrey county council, will also be joining us for our conversation, focusing on the future transformation of the south of England. David oversees a £1.7bn budget with huge pressures to reduce costs and provide for increasing demand, and he is one of the lead officers looking at devolution powers for a group of southern councils. David started his career in teaching before moving to local government working as director of education at Walsall council and then CEO of Trafford Council, leading the council from a poor status to a three-star rating by the audit commission.

 

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13th July 2015