This midweek evening conference is an opportunity to be inspired about our faith and what Jesus offers those who don’t yet know him. We have some great presenters to equip us with very practical ways of connecting with others about our faith.
Next Level Melbourne is designed to help everyone in the leadership team of your church.
Evil and suffering have accompanied humanity for centuries. Does this depressing reality mean that God doesn’t exist? Or that, if he exists, he is a cruel God? 'The problem of evil and suffering' is an enormous barrier to belief and the cause of many doubts, even for those who have faith in God.
This conference will address the challenges facing the Anglican Church of Australasia. Rapid Social Change, a growing secular agenda and confusion about how to address these changes and issues are presenting us with an uncertain future. Join us as we address these issues head on and grapple with what it means for us to be on mission in the 21st Century
Join us for training to make your Kids Ministry flourish in 2015.
We’ve put together a program for leaders and volunteers that will kick start a great year in Kids Ministry at your church.
- 8.30am registration
- Session One: Foundations: The Priorities of Children's Ministry (9-10.30). This session will look at how God’s word shapes our priorities in Children’s ministry and the practical implications of those priorities.
- Session Two: Teaching God's truth creatively to school aged kids and to under five's Part One (11-12.30). This session will provide tools to teach God’s word faithfully and engagingly to each child, even the very young child.
- Session Three: Teaching God's truth creatively to school aged kids and to under five's Part Two (1.30-3.00)
Sandy Galea is a Children’s Minister in Sydney who produces programs and resources for use in Children’s Ministry. She is a trained primary teacher who has had over thirty years experience in both school and church based ministries, as well as camping programs, Kids Clubs and Children’s Missions. For over 20 years she has been writing material for use in her local church, resulting in over 800 children’s talks. In 2002, Sandy published a book called “Children’s Talks – a practical guide”.
Venue: St Silas Anglican Church
cnr Maud Street & Osburn Avenue, Balwyn North
Friday Night: $40 (including Supper)
Saturday: $50 Workers (includes Morning Tea, BYO Lunch)
$25 Students (includes Morning Tea, BYO Lunch)
(Please note: there are cafes and sandwich shops nearby)