Join us on 7th February for a day conference focusing on the theology and practice of intergenerational worship in the local church, exploring the challenges and opportunities to exercise ministry which effectively connects with all ages and stages. It is aimed to equip college ministerial students, those on the MA Mission and Ministry with Children, Families and Young People course, as well being an accessible day resource for all local church leaders and workers with 0-18 age groups. We hope the afternoon will be practical and include lots of ‘How to’ ideas to take away…
0915 Coffee/Tea available 0945 Morning Prayers (led by College Student)
1000 Session 1: Generations, Church and Mission David Hilborn
1145 Session 2: Generations, Church and Mission David Hilborn
1300 Lunch (sandwiches provided)
1400 Session 3: Children and Family approaches to worship Jane Butcher
1530 Session 4: Building faith in the Church, Community and Home Jane Butcher
THE DAY AND TIME
Wednesday 7 February 2018
9.30am to 4.30pm
Little Stoke Baptist Church 37 Kingsway Little Stoke Bristol BS34 6JW
(0.5 mile from Patchway Train Station; Car Parking at Little Stoke Baptist Church is available)
(£7, to include sandwich lunch, coffee/tea)
To book your place contact: Tim Welch at Bristol Baptist College: 0117 946 7050 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
David Hilborn is Principal of St John’s College, Nottingham. Prior to taking up this role in 2012, he was Assistant Dean of St Mellitus College. He was Head of Theology at the Evangelical Alliance from 1997-2006 and an Associate Research Fellow of the London School of Theology between 2000 and 2012. He joined the Church of England in 2002 and was an assistant minister in two London parishes before returning to Nottingham to lead St John’s. In addition to his duties at the college, he currently serves on the ministry team of St Luke’s, Gamston.
David has written and edited several books, including Picking up the Pieces (Hodder), The Nature of Hell, One Body in Christ: The History and Significance of the Evangelical Alliance (with Ian Randall), ‘Toronto’ in Perspective, God and the Generations: Youth, Age and the Church Today (with Matt Bird), Movement for Change: Evangelicals and Social Transformation (all Paternoster) and The Atonement Debate (with Derek Tidball and Justin Thacker – Zondervan).
David enjoys cricket, rock, folk, film and poetry. He also loves New York City!
Jane Butcher works for Bible Reading Fellowship where she is the Children and Family Ministry team leader which incorporates Faith in Homes. She also oversees the Barnabas in Schools team and is a Messy Church regional co-ordinator. Having originally trained as a teacher, Jane later worked within Children and Family ministry in the USA and UK before joining BRF in 2007.
Her passion/desire is that people of all ages and backgrounds have the opportunity to experience the full richness of life and within that can understand how faith and daily life walk hand in hand through the joys and challenges.
Much of BRF’s work is supporting churches to engage with and support those in their church and community. As part of this work, Jane is involved with a variety of networks such as Children’s Ministry Network (formerly CGMC), Children Matter, Global Family Alliance, the Methodist Church and Church of England.
In her ‘spare’ time, she enjoys spending time with family, friends, travelling and watching cookery programmes – dreaming of one day when her creations will look vaguely the same!
Come and join us!