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How A Methodist Way of Life can enrich your life and ministry as a Worship Leader and Local Preacher, with Roger Walton and Bob Bartindale.

About this Event

“A Methodist Way of Life is a way of living. It is how we try to live our lives in response to God’s love, made known to us in Jesus.”

The SIR are delighted to welcome former President of Conference Revd Dr Roger Walton, author of A Methodist Way of Life, and Bob Bartindale, Officer for Worship and Local Preachers with the Connexional Team. We will also hear from a range of folk who are using a MWOL in their context.

Together we will look at how a MWOL can enrich your life and ministry as a Worship Leader and/or Local Preacher. This will be through the lens of personal spirituality and shared development. You will also have the opportunity to discover how MWOL resources can be applied in preaching and worship leading.

Who should come to this Learning Network event?

This session is aimed at anybody with an interest in local preaching and worship leading who is keen to learn about how a Methodist Way of Life can inspire and inform their calling.

What if I'm not ordained, not employed by a church, a volunteer or from another denomination?

We welcome all! Whether you're paid or volunteer, lay or ordained or from another denomination, we'd love you to come and participate!

How much does this training event cost?

This event is free to anyone - just register and you'll receive joining instructions for the webinar.

About the Connexional Learning Network

Learning and development across the connexion is supported by the Methodist Church's Learning Network. This work has four aims:

  • nurturing and equipping Christ-like disciples
  • challenging and equipping mission-shaped communities
  • forming and equipping those who share in lay and ordained ministry
  • enabling and encouraging creative thinkers in an environment of scholarship, research and innovation.

The Southern & Islands Region of the Learning Network covers the Channel Islands, South-East, and Southampton districts of the Methodist Church. The region is supported by a team of Learning and Development Officers and a Regional Coordinator who work in partnership with many other people who have a heart and passion for learning and development in the context of mission and ministry.

http://www.methodist.org.uk/learning/network-regions/southern-islands-region

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What are my transport options for getting to the event?

This is an online event using Zoom. Joining instructions will be sent out via email from us, using Eventbrite.

Where can I contact the organiser with any questions?

Feel free to get in touch, and one of our friendly team will get in touch with you.

Can I update my registration information?

Yes. Feel free to get in touch, and one of our friendly team will help you to make necessary adjustments.

Do you accept refunds?

This event is free, therefore we won't give refunds. We do, however ask that you make efforts to let us know if you cannot attend. This helps us with reducing wastage of resources and food.

The name on the registration/ticket doesn't match the attendee. Is that okay?

We ask that there are other people in your party who can confirm you’re part of the booking if your name is not on the ticket in question. It is also possible that if we are catering this event any dietary requirements will not be met. If either of these stipulations cause you problems, please email lns&i@methodistchurch.org.uk or ask whomever booked tickets to re-book with the correct requirements.

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