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Multicultural Britain: Mission and Ministry in Conversation

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St Paul’s, Stratford

65 Maryland Rd

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E15 1JL

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This is a one-day conference organised by Missio Africanus to discuss the implications of the cultural diversity that we see in Britain for mission and ministry in the 21st Century. The event will bring together mission practitioners to reflect together on how God maybe calling us to engage in mission and ministry in Britain today. Some of the speakers will share stories of their ministries as case studies intended to empower other churches for effective cross cultural ministry.


Title

‘Multicultural Britain: Mission and Ministry in Conversation’.


Date

Saturday 21st April 2018


Speakers and Case Studies

  • Speakers: Bishop Ric Thorpe and Rev Celia Apeagyei-Collins
  • Case Study #1 - MNV: Pastor Urbain Yombe
  • Case Study #2 - Pentonville Prison: Rev Rock Sturt
  • Case Study #3 - Salem London: Bishop David Onimisi and Pastor Wonu Adefala

Bishop Ric Thorpe is the Anglican Bishop responsible for church planting in the Diocese of London since 2015.

Rev Celia Apeagyei-Collins is the Founder and CEO of The Rehoboth Foundation, a ministry offering a vision-development consultancy.

Pastors Urbain Yombe of Ministério Nova Vida (MNV). MNV is an independent evangelical church which has been invited into the Anglican parish church. They have joint evening services in Portuguese / English. The parish also has Bulgarian and French language congregations.

Rev Rock Sturt is the Anglican Chaplain of Pentonville Prison where there is a sharing of leadership of services, with a very collaborative mix of ministries by African, British, and Asian Christians. This model is also used by the Anglican Chaplaincy with three other churches.

Bishop David Onimisi is the Provincial Bishop of Salem Europe and Pastor Wonu Adefala of Salem London. Salem is Nigerian in origin, most members are African with members from several countries and a ministry with young people - which will enable the second generation issue to be addressed.


Venue

St Paul’s Church, Maryland Road, Stratford E15 1JL, which is 10 mins walk from Stratford station.


Programme

The conference will run between 10am to 4pm with an outline programme being:

AM Vision Sharing, Key Speaker 1, Case Study 1, African & British Generosity
PM Lunch, Key Speaker 2, Case Study 2, Case Study 3

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