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Being A Jesus Church

Stuart and Sian Murray Williams will be speaking in Leeds on 26th April on being a Jesus Church. For more information see the event details on the right hand side of the page -under upcoming events.

Anabaptist newsletter winter 2013; Poppy article

In the Winter 2013 edition of the Network’s newsletter, Ian Wilson of the Bristol study group wrote a personal piece about why he could not wear a red poppy for Remembrance Sunday. In response Bob Allaway has written of why he feels he feels compelled to. Please click here to read both articles.

Leadership Webinars from Urban Expression

Our partners, Urban Expression, are co-sponsoring two 'webinars' (web-based seminars that can be accessed from a home computer) which explore the theme of leadership in February and March. Click here for more information.

The Anabaptist Network is considering using webinars in future. If you are interested, you might like to watch these webinars on 'leadership'.

Anabaptism Inspiring and Resourcing the Church

Stuart Murray Williams author of The Naked Anabaptist and Juliet Kilpin coordinator of Urban Expression are speaking in Glasgow on 1 March 2014. For more information please click on the link on the right of this page.

Three more books coming

Three further titles in the popular 'After Christendom' series will be published in 2015:

Atheism after Christendom by Simon Perry. To view the front cover click here.
Women and Men after Christendom by Fran Porter. To view the front cover click here
God after Christendom? by Brian Haymes and Kyle Gingerish Hiebert. To view the front cover click here

Pioneering Webinars

Our partners, Urban Expression, have organised three 'webinars' (web-based seminars) during October, November and December 2013. These are being hosted by the Church of the Brethren, a North American denomination with Anabaptist roots.

The topic is 'pioneering' and the presenters are Juliet Kilpin, Urban Expression coordinator and development worker for the Mennonite Trust, Steve Finamore, principal of Bristol Baptist College, and David Kerrigan, director of BMS World Mission.

Details are on the flyer below.

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