Engage Training: Diocese of the Western Gulf Coast

Engage is a simple model for reaching and discipling teenagers in your church that involves teaching adults to sit down with a teenager and open the Bible together. It is particularly valuable for small churches and church plants without the resources to run a traditional youth group.

For more information contact Henry Covert, Diocesan Lead Youth Pastor, Diocese of the Western Gulf Coast, at (281) 794-9726.

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Engage Training- Diocese of the Western Gulf Coast Tickets

Eventbrite - Henry E Covert IV presents Engage Training- Diocese of the Western Gulf Coast - Saturday, February 17, 2018 at Grace Anglican Community, Katy, Texas.

Location:

Grace Anglican Community

24968 Katy Ranch Rd

Suite 100

Katy, Texas 77494

Time:

Sat, February 17, 2018
9:00 AM – 5:00 PM CST

Cost: $25

Trainers are from Young Anglicans Project

Provincial Event to Help Anglican Leaders Engage Culture

At the 2018 Intersection Conference (May 17-19 at Northern Seminary in Chicago) mission-minded Anglican leaders will find encouragement and tools to effectively engage 21st century culture for Christ.

The conference theme is Engaging Culture: An Inter-Disciplinary Conversation. Seven speakers will explore key areas of cultural engagement in today’s landscape. After each speaker, a panel of diverse thinkers will interact with the concepts, interweaving approaches to Anglican practice and perspective. Attendees will then discuss practical implications in cohort groups—leaving challenged and energized for mission in a postmodern world.

Speakers:

Scot McKnight | Bible

David Fitch | Theology

William Cavanaugh | Worship

Esau McCaulley | Multiculturalism

Jennifer McBride | Witness

David O. Taylor | Arts

Kyuboem Lee | Justice

Host and Moderator:

Bishop Todd Hunter

Last year’s conference was an exciting display of unity in the Anglican Church in North America—23 dioceses were represented! The 2018 conference will once again gather missional minds from around the province to crack the code for 21st century mission.

Hosting the conference is The Telos Collective, a five-year initiative commissioned by Archbishop Foley Beach to catalyze faithful and fruitful Gospel engagement with culture. Archbishop Beach asked Bishop Todd Hunter to lead The Telos Collective, working alongside him and other bishops and leaders to help the Anglican Church gain confidence to engage a postmodern world.

“We’re looking for men and women who think like missionaries, who are committed to using every strategy at their disposal to reach 21st century North Americans for Christ,” Archbishop Beach says.

Bishop Hunter is looking forward to continuing his work of serving Provincial Sponsor Archbishop Beach and the Anglican Church in North America.
“We respect the diversity of the dioceses within, and focus our energy in one specific direction: mission,” he says. “We will encourage attendees to think about and execute these ideas within their bishops’ overall ecclesiology and under their leadership.”

Are you curious about, and striving to find solutions for contemporary mission? Are you willing to engineer church from the mission field back? If so, please apply now to attend the 2018 Intersection Conference. A short application process is required to ensure participants have the time and capacity for active missional engagement, both individually and as a group. Bishop Hunter will review each application and respond within a week of receiving it. Some scholarships are available.

Learn more about the 2018 Intersection Conference.

Deliverance Ministry Conference

The conference will be hosted by the Diocese of Quincy, and held at Trinity Anglican Church in Rock Island, Illinois.

The Society for Special Pastoral Intervention is made up of bishops, clergy, and laity from around the Anglican Church in North America who seek to assist the Church in deliverance ministry.  The Society is chaired by the Rt. Rev. Donald (Don) F. Harvey a bishop in the Anglican Network in Canada.

Speakers at this year’s conference will present lectures and workshops on a variety of topics including: post-millennial spirituality, Church history and deliverance ministry, the relationship between mental and physical illness and spiritual attack, preparing for deliverance ministry,  the pastoral care of victims and deliverance ministers.

The conference has limited space available and is noted to be “initial and continuing education for Bishop-authorized lay and clergy deliverance ministers and ministers-in-training.”

For more information, visit the conference website at https://www.sspintervention.org/sermons.