An event for the National Anglican Community of Pioneers, considering what it means to live out an incarnational, relational and contextual ministry online (moving beyond the comfort of physically gathered spaces). I will join with a panel of others to contribute experiences and knowledge, combined with CofE pioneer principles to offer a framework to help people in an ongoing hybrid world.
Online church is sometimes criticised for its lack of social presence – as being second-best to physical church as a way of gathering together. In this webinar, we hear from three theologians with different views on social presence and church community. Prof Deanna Thompson Dr Bex Lewis (me!) Kay Morgan-Gurr and Pastor V Teejay from Pretoria.
Andrew is the person whose image went viral when, after the mass shooting in the Christchurch mosque, he stood outside the mosque in his Manchester neighbourhood with a cardboard sign saying "I will keep watch while you pray.” Andrew has a gift for telling funny, prophetic and powerful stories about living in faith and hope. His stories encourage readers to take risks, make holy mischief, poke fun at the over-mighty, and believe that despite…
Following on from the piece in the Church Times the other week in a 'post-pandemic' world, I engaged in an online webinar - it was split into two halves, and I'm in the first half:
Lovely to join Stuart Radcliffe from URC Mersey Synod for a first (somewhat experimental) webinar on digital discipleship: