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"Healthy Churches" day

Do you remember the series of services which were delivered in all our churches by a team of preachers in early 2013? The sermons covered ‘Seven Marks of a Healthy Church’ and provided a scriptural context to the consultations which have followed.

Well, we have arranged for the author of the ‘Healthy Churches Handbook’, Canon Robert Warren, to come to the circuit to lead a one-day seminar called “Developing Healthy Churches”, which will help us to look at how we might make changes to the way we run our churches, in order to make them more attractive to outsiders and more ready to serve our neighbours. The seminar will take place on Saturday 20 September at St Andrew’s, Undercliffe from 10.00 am until 3.00 pm. Canon Warren, is a most inspiring speaker and his ideas are very stimulating.

If we are serious about building the kingdom of God in north Bradford, then we cannot afford to miss what Robert will say to us. If we do not think it important to build the kingdom, then why are we here? God speaks to us through many channels, and Robert Warren is without doubt one of them.

I urge you to put the date in your diary and encourage anyone else who has a heart for God’s kingdom, to put the date in their diary. Saturday 20 September.

More details and booking forms will be available throughout August and into September. This could be a significant event in the life of our circuit. Please do not miss out!


Circuit Steward (Mission)


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