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School of Ministry with Rev Dr Samuel Wells

Thursday, 8 AugustSaturday, 10 August

Three events with Rev Dr Samuel Wells – come to all, or choose one or two!

Samuel Wells is a preacher, writer and theologian. He has served as Church of England parish priest in England for over 20 years, often in places of social disadvantage. Dr Wells spent seven years as Dean of Duke University Chapel in the US. He is currently priest at St Martin-in-the Fields, London, and visiting Professor of Christian Ethics at King’s College London. He has published 30 books, including academic studies and textbooks in Christian ethics, explorations of social mission, liturgy and faith, and four collections of sermons.

His most recent book is Incarnational Mission: Being with the World.

Northey Lecture: Citizens of Heaven: Identity, Inclusion and the Church

Thursday 8 August, 7:30 PM

Where: Brunswick Uniting Church, 214 Sydney Rd, Brunswick (public car park on Edwards St just off Sydney Rd).
This lecture will be livestreamed and recorded. Light refreshments available.
Cost:    Free – however, please register, for seating and catering purposes.

Preaching in a diverse culture: a morning for preachers and worship leaders

Friday 9 August, 9:30AM – 12:30PM

Where: Centre for Theology & Ministry, 29 College Cres, Parkville
Cost: $10, includes morning tea

Reclaiming the Missional Heart of the Church

Saturday 10 August, 10:00AM – 4:00PM

Where: Centre for Theology & Ministry, 29 College Cres, Parkville
Cost: $80, includes morning tea, lunch and afternoon tea
OR $160 for a team of 3 people from your congregation.

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Organiser

Pilgrin Theological College

Venue

Brunswick Uniting Church
214 Sydney Rd
Brunswick, VIC 3056 Australia
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