A five-session course that introduces the basic ideas and stimulate reflection on being a missional church. The course in an introduction to missional thinking to those who know something is wrong in the life of the church, but are not sure what it is, how they should think about it, or what might be done about it. Each session includes teaching, group discussion, video, bible study, and elements of worship.
Basic orientation (eg. organization development, catechetical, or missional)
Primarily designed to be implemented by (eg lay or ordained; diocesan staff)
People who care about missional church and have some experience with group facilitation. Can be lay or ordained. Four tutorial videos are available for facilitators.
Ease of replication (eg. how easy would it be to start this in a new place?)
Team of three people is suggested
Five 2-hour sessions
Denominational orientation (eg. Anglican or other)
Anglican but designed to be used across denominations.
Broader context (eg. rural or urban; size of parish)
Any size or location
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Reviewed: June 23, 2016