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Growing healthy churches, learning to work together

The South Asian Forum (SAF)

Saturday, 25 April 2015 from 09:45 to 16:00 (BST)

Growing healthy churches, learning to work together

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A day conference for leaders of churches and organisations working with South Asians.

An opportunity to share experiences, learn from those who have grappled with these issues, listen to God’s word and pray together.

What helps or hinders us in growing healthy churches? Sessions will cover questions such as

Mission: what is our goal and how do we reach it?

Developing leaders: how do we raise up the next generation?

Recognition: how do we build good links with the wider church?

Lack of resources: finance and buildings

Unity: what helps us to ‘maintain the unity of the Spirit’?

Persecution: how do support those facing pressure?

A donation of £10 is kindly requested to help cover the cost of this event.

Do you have questions about Growing healthy churches, learning to work together? Contact The South Asian Forum (SAF)

When & Where

All Nations Christian Centre
Temple Street
WV2 4AQ Wolverhampton
United Kingdom

Saturday, 25 April 2015 from 09:45 to 16:00 (BST)

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The South Asian Forum (SAF)

The South Asian Forum of the Evangelical Alliance (SAF) is a new grouping within the Evangelical Alliance, set up to provide a forum for South Asian Christians in the UK to encourage, support and equip each other for mission, and to represent their concerns to Government, media and the wider Church.

There are around 75,000 South Asian Christians in the UK, representing the eight countries of South Asia* and a range of languages and ethnic backgrounds.

As a 'minority within a minority' they need a voice to respond quickly and with unity to issues, for example pressure on Christians in Pakistan and the on-going fragility of the country, persecution of some Indian Christians, or the intense suffering caused by the divisions in Sri Lanka.

*Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Bhutan, India, Maldives, Nepal, Pakistan and Sri Lanka.
(These countries are members of SAARC - the South Asia Association for Regional Co-operation).

For more information on the work of SAF please visit -

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