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Netsima Ltd

Going for Growth … from an Affirming Catholic Perspective

 Saturday 9th May 2015 10.00–4.00 p.m.

A Day Conference to discuss

From Anecdote to Evidence

the 2014 report of the

Church Growth Research Programme

and the current initiatives around growth

A warm welcome awaits you at St. George’s Church, Jesmond, Newcastle upon Tyne for a day of discussion, worship and fellowship.

Speakers will be:

The Ven. Geoff Miller, Archdeacon of Northumberland

The Revd Dr Stephen Spencer, author of SCM Studyguide on Christian Mission

 The Revd Prof Pauline Pearson, Northumbria University

What does ‘church growth’ look like to us? Is there an open catholic perspective on ‘fresh expressions’? What are the challenges that we face in our parishes, congregations and communities?

If you intend to travel the day before and would like accommodation suggestions, these can be provided. Newcastle is a wonderful city. Why not make a short break of it?

Cost £15 to include simple lunch. Reduced cost of £5 for ordinands.

Please register by sending an e-mail to: administrator@affirmingcatholicism.org.uk.

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