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Category Archives: UK Tour 2010
Over the next few weeks, four Tasmanians from the Uniting Church will join a bunch of Victorians on study trip to the UK. They’ll be digging deeply into topics like entrepreneurial mission, missional property development, community connections and fresh expressions. … Continue reading
UC Tas Children/Families ministry catalyst Andrea Bartley last weekend went with a bunch of others to Melbourne to meet with Lucy Moore – the driving force behind Messy Church. Here’s Andrea’s reflections: Messy Church is sweeping the dust from mainstream … Continue reading
Continuing series of reflections on the Oxygen UK tour exploring fresh expressions of church. For more on the 2011 study tour opportunities, check the details here and here When it comes to thinking about pioneer leaders, I can’t help but … Continue reading
One of the things we spent a fair bit of time hearing, thinking and talking about in the UK was the idea of pioneer leaders. Mostly it was questions, not answers that dominated my thinking. Who are those who will … Continue reading
One of the fundamental requirements for any missional project is loitering with intent. Committing to be part of a community, and to be there for the long term are critical. Developing a faith community that is indigenous to its context, … Continue reading
It’s been quite a crazy few days. And my plan to blog daily has fallen by the wayside…..not necessarily because of time, but because there’s been so much to think about I’m having difficulty cutting through to a point of … Continue reading
Greenbelt was a great experience, but exhausting. Most of the 7th day of the Oxygen UK tour was spent travelling from Cheltenham up to Manchester, and in recovery mode. After a quick look around the city here in Manchester, it … Continue reading
In just a couple of hours, our greenbelt experience will be all but over, as we crawl into our tents for one more freezing night before hitting the road. Today has been a busy one as we’ve finished off a … Continue reading
When we left Tassie last week it was the last throes of winter. Cold days, cold nights, rain. We were so looking forward to a little northern hemisphere summer. Turns out that was a mistake. Yesterday it blew cold all … Continue reading