Teaching and Resourcing from Exeter Diocese Mission Enabler

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Teaching and Resourcing via Mission Enabler

                                                                       

  • msi– mission shaped introduction – initial workshop for a local congregation to grow in its understanding of new ways of being church and growing new congregations
  • msm – mission shaped ministry – modular local training for lay and ordained teams / individuals for equipping teams to start or sustain new congregations / fresh expression of church
  • Understanding what mission means for the local church – teaching session for local PCCs / congregations
  • How can we grow new disciples?
  • Teaching on – Every-day discipleship – how can my faith connect with my life outside of church? / The ministry of welcome / The Why? of Evangelism
  • Sticky Baptism – The shared role for the local church in enabling Baptism to be the beginning of a life-long faith journey
  • What is a fresh expression of church and why should we consider one?
  • Why church? – exploring what the call of the local church is all about, and how every member has a something to offer
  • Why and How can I share my faith and who might be interested?

Revd Barry Dugmore – Diocesan Mission Enabler

Tel: 01392 294920 / Mobile: 07946 107092

E-mail: barry.dugmore@exeter.anglican.org / www.exeter.anglican.org

missiondevon     @revbarrydugmore


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