Ministry & Mission

Talking about the 'E' word

On Thursday 13th September from 10am to 3pm, Leeds Diocese are running a special training day at St George's Church, Leeds called 'Talking about the 'E' Word'. By 'E' word we actually mean evangelism word.   For so many in the church today, evangelism can be a scary concept and difficult to apply to our everyday lives. Therefore, this day aims to inspire and equip clergy, lay leaders, youth workers and others involved in evangelism within the church. It will be lead by the Revd Canon Robin Gamble (Bishop's Adviser for Church Growth),  Revd Canon Sophie Jelley (Diocese of Durham) and Revd Matt Woodcock (Diocese of York). Five key evangelistic skills or areas will be covered throughout the day, including: communicating with lots of people, one to one evangelism, giving a good evangelistic talk, running an enquirers course and healing and evangelism working together.     If you wish to book a place or for more information please contact Robin at robinp.gamble@blueyonder.co.uk

Together in Faith 2018

Here is footage from the first ever Diocese of Leeds  Lay Conference, Together in Faith, that took place at the Harrogate Convention Centre on Saturday 9 June. The day was packed with inspirational talks and workshops with a team of national speakers travelling to Harrogate to lead around 24 different seminars. Some 40 stalls filled the vast ‘Market Place’ hall where refreshments were served and delegates could find out about the work of the diocese. Leading the main sessions were inspiring key-note speakers, Mark Russell, CEO of the Church Army, and the Bishop of Dorking, the Rt Revd Jo Bailey Wells.

Together in Faith - the Diocesan Lay Conference

Together in Faith is a unique opportunity for lay people throughout the Diocese of Leeds to come together to learn, share and be inspired. Some 1700 active and motivated lay church members will meet on Saturday 9th June at the Harrogate Convention Centre. They will hear from a range of stimulating speakers and learn of the latest plans for the diocese to support and encourage lay people. Every participant should leave refreshed, renewed and affirmed in their efforts to live out their faith in their parishes, schools and workplaces.  The Booking period has been extended until May 8th - so visit the Lay Conference page and book now! http://www.leeds.anglican.org/lay-conference  
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