The Committee presented a hefty report to the General Assembly 2018.
Month of Mission 2017.
Wine and Wineskins. The Kingdom of God and the Five Sola’s of the Reformation.
On Feb 8-10, 2017, the M&D committee gathered conveners from all the Presbyteries in the Denomination to orientate, equip, encourage and inspire them to do the work of Mission and Discipleship. You could say we were spreading the M&Dness! There was good fellowship, inspiring devotions, challenging inputs and we believe all benefited and that the […]
The Mission Shaped Ministry (MSM) Course is the academic, strategic, biblical and theological backbone of the Fresh Expressions movement. Over the last three years a very large number of Presbyterians have gone through the course and a large number have participated in teacher training and have been part of the teams teaching this course. They […]
This was our third Month of Mission which was, once-again, very well-received. You can read the devotions below along with the letter sent out to congregations. Mission & Discipleship Committee Convener: Rev Christopher Judelsohn Secretary: Mrs Eddie Stopforth Box 11333 Queenswood Pretoria 0121 Telephone: (0827597396) E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org ______________________________________________________________________________________________________ September 2016 Dear Ministers and Session Clerks […]
The Mission and Discipleship tabled two significant reports and an addendum report at General Assembly. The first report was the committee report, which revealed the work done by the committee and which brought some innovative ideas around church-planting. This report was received with acclaim. The second report explored the challenges presented by the changing face […]
Malan Nel’s Slides from the Minister’s Conference.
Mission and Discipleship brought many people to the International Fresh Expressions Conference in Cape Town.
Month of Mission Oct 2015
Our second INSPIRE conference was held at Emseni Conference Centre in Benoni. Our theme was “Rediscovering Church.” The conference was attended by over a hundred and thirty people with a ratio of 1 minister to every 8 congregation members. It was a great experience and people were inspired, motivated, encouraged, equipped, revitalised, revived, connected, resourced […]