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    Rebuilding the Church in the Midst of a Chaotic World

    Mark Sayers
    Tuesday 31st May 2.30-3.30pm

    For much of recent history, individuals and institutions could plan, execute, and flourish with their visions of a better world. Volatile, complex forces could be addressed and confronted with planning and management. But crisis is a great revealer. It knocks us off our thrones. It uncovers the weaknesses in our strategies and brings to light our myths and idols. Our past strategies run aground, smashed by unpredictable and chaotic waves. Yet, in the midst of the chaos of a crisis comes opportunity. The history of the Church tells us that crisis always precedes renewal and the framework of renewal offers us new ways forward.

    The Word Makes Dead Things Alive

    Stephen Chandler
    Tuesday 31st May 4-5pm

    Come and learn how Pastor Stephen can help you tap into the power of the Word, and receive the resurrecting power of Christ: today is the day you run out of the grave.

    Rebuilding the Church in the Midst of a Chaotic World

    Mark Sayers (Repeat Lab)
    Wednesday 1st June 2.30-3.30pm

    For much of recent history, individuals and institutions could plan, execute, and flourish with their visions of a better world. Volatile, complex forces could be addressed and confronted with planning and management. But crisis is a great revealer. It knocks us off our thrones. It uncovers the weaknesses in our strategies and brings to light our myths and idols. Our past strategies run aground, smashed by unpredictable and chaotic waves. Yet, in the midst of the chaos of a crisis comes opportunity. The history of the Church tells us that crisis always precedes renewal and the framework of renewal offers us new ways forward.

    Search Me and Know Me: The Power of Confession to Birth Revival

    Tyler Staton
    Wednesday 1st June 4-5pm

    Confession and repentance have grown increasingly privatised and unpracticed in the modern, Western church.  But what if confession isn’t a white flag but a victory cry? And what if repentance is not an admission of defeat but a weapon of the Spirit? Confession, the simple, humble act of coming just as we are before God and one another, is not a primitive, religious trope but the very spark that lights revival.