Join us at SBC for our regular College Community Seminars as a specialist in the field gives a theological insight into their specific area of interest.

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29th March 2017 - 1:30 pm

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29th March 2017 - 3:00 pm

Join us at SBC for our regular College Community Seminars as a specialist in the field gives a theological insight into their specific area of interest. On Wednesday 29th March between 1:30pm and 3pm, Keith Short will be sharing some thoughts on creating missional churches with a special emphasis on charismatic gifting and its relevance to our missional endeavours.

‘Keith has recently taken over the senior leadership at St John’s Evangelical Church, Linlithgow, with 30 yearsexperience in full time leadership, working both in evangelism, church planting and leadership training. In addition to his local church responsibilities, he has chaired the Executive and Council of Evangelical Alliance Scotland, DAWN Scotland, Leaders Together for Scotland and served on the UK Council of the EA.  He is the founder and Senior Leader of Scottish Network Churches, a group of some 50 plus congregations that seek to be missional and to plant relevant expressions of church throughout Scotland.  Keith is one of the course tutors on Forge, an interdenominational course for radical church planters, as well as serving on the Executive of EA Scotland again.’

These seminars are open to alumni, friends, and supporters of the College, as well as the wider public who feel they would benefit from engaging with the topic. For further information please contact Graham Meiklejohn on graham.meiklejohn@uws.ac.uk

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