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Church Schools: A mission-shaped vision

Wednesday 10th March 2010

Church Schools: A mission-shaped vision

Church schools are an important part of God's Church. As part of Tim Elbourne's exploration of the place of church schools in God's mission to this world, he will be reflecting on theological models of mission and relationship.

Conference Downloads

The following is a selection of free resources and downloads, made available from this conference.

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Speaker

The Revd Canon Tim Elbourne

The Rev’d Canon Tim Elbourne is Director of Education and Training of the Diocese of Ely and an Assistant Priest of the Three Rivers Group. He has worked as a Clergy Training Officer, a university Chaplain at York and in parish ministry in West Yorkshire and North London. He has chaired the network of Diocesan Directors of Education. He is a member of the Council of the National Society for Religious Education and an Honorary Canon of Ely Cathedral.

 

Venue

Coton House, Rugby, Warwickshire, CV23 0AA

Coton House is a very comfortable, purpose built conference centre belonging to the Royal Mail. Situated on the A426 just north of Rugby, Warwickshire, it is very convenient for trains to Rugby and is adjacent to Junction 1 of the M6, connecting with the M6, M1 and A14.

Programme

The Christian Consultants' Network day will commence with coffee at 9.30am and will finish by 3.30pm.

Programme available here.

Conference Costs

As with our previous meetings there is no charge for attending this day although donations would be gratefully received.

The Christian Consultants' Network

Conceived by The Stapleford Centre, Christian Consultants’ Network Days enable Christians working in leadership roles within schools, dioceses and local education authorities to explore current educational issues and initiatives from a distinctively Christian perspective. More...

Conference Registration

Registration for this conference closed on Monday 8th March 2010.