Small groups and the Church as a learning community
A learning faith is a growing faith. We learn about our faith and reflect on it. Doing so helps us understand the faith of others too. We're all in this together! Read on for opportunities, both events and websites to help small groups and other learning possibilities. Oh, and anything else that fits!
The Building Faith website has been making some great resources for faith formation lately and here's another one. This free webinar is a middle-of-the-night thing for us here but normally registering for webinars means you can access the material at your own leisure after it's done. Here's the details from them...
So many of us go to bed at night with the day racing through our minds. We need a way to both reflect and let go. A daily examen is one way to to this. By reviewing the day that has passed, and preparing for tomorrow with the expectation of God’s continued care, we create the habit of...
Every now and then there comes a time for filling a gap in your work with children and young people in the Sunday School/Children's church program. The good people over at Building Faith website offer ideas here and there to help us with such moments.
Want to understand your faith more? Want to understand more about the strands of faith that combine to bring life to our Anglican Church? Want to experiment with different kinds of prayer from our long Anglican history to see what suits you best?
Do you believe exploring faith matters? Do you want to be equipped for ministry? Do you want to be more effective for mission? Do you want to go a little deeper into the scriptures than a single day or 6 week course can offer? Then you and your fellow parishioners may be candidates for...
Considering becoming a leader of the two new 360 Project modules, BIBLE360 Introduction to the Prophets and FAITH360: Praying in Anglican Ways? That role is available to clergy in the Anglican Church Southern Queensland diocese and suitable lay people appointed by them.
Want to resource your parishioners with the latest events, news, ideas and strategies to enable us all to be better stewards of creation? Or just want some of those ideas yourself, for projects at your church?
The big difference with the two new 360 Project modules is this: your own local expert, whether that be your parish priest or one from a neighbouring parish can lead them. Or even a lay person with some theological training behind them.
The modules have presenter's notes that assist in this process. But you still wouldn't want to just pick one up and lead it. There's more to it than that.