Servants (UK) are looking for a new part-time coordinator. More information can be found in the job description (link to pdf below). Our links with Servants have been growing and our conversations have revealed many shared values and commitments. We hope to strengthen our links over the coming years.
Held in Belgium the Church and Peace AGM will be an opportunity to hear about the work of Church and Peace and will give a broad space to sharing news, reflection and celebration.
After the business meeting there will be a time of information and discussion on:
1) The European Union - an unfinished reconciliation project - The countries of the former Yugoslavia and European integration
with the participation of experts and members of the network.
For more information see www.church-and-peace.org
Stuart Murray Williams and Juliet Kilpin are teaching a five day seminar on Church Planting from an Anabaptist Perspective from 5th - 9th March. For more information see the Fresno Pacific Biblical Seminary website http://seminary.fresno.edu/church-planting-seminar
Lloyd Pietersen, the author of Reading the Bible after Christendom, will be exploring themes from his book in a day conference at Horfield Baptist Church, Bristol on Saturday 21 January.
The three main sessions are:
'Learning to read from the Margins: disavowing Christendom'
'Reading the whole Bible: the Big Story and the Little Stories'
'Reading the Bible for Mission: the Bible in Apocalyptic Mode'
The event runs from 10.00 to 4.30. The cost is £20 (or £15 if unwaged).
More details and booking information at http://avastminority.wordpress.com/
The second annual gathering of the Anabaptist networks of organisations and communities took place in Birmingham on Saturday 12 November 2012 with about 75 adults and children present. Superbly planned and hosted by Peacechurch and friends, this was a vibrant, multi-voiced event that involved many different people and activities – including a table talk, pilgrimages around the local area, bread making, arts and crafts, discussions, poetry, sculpture, interacting with film, communal Bible study, etc.
An interactive opportunity to explore the Anabaptist tradition and its relevance in 21st Century Britain. With the author of The Naked Anabaptist.
The London Mennonite Trust and the Anabaptist Network invite you to join us.
Venue: Oasis College, 75 Westminster Bridge Road, London SE1 7HS
Time: 10:00 to 16:00
Perfect for those who are new to the tradition or intrigued by the little they have heard so far. Using story, discussion, conversation and presentations you may come away looking at things very differently!