Steve Taylor will be the guest at our next online seminar around Blended Faith Formation on Friday 31 July. I first met Steve through SA Synod and then we worked together at Uniting College for Leadership and Theology in Adelaide. Steve is a creative thinker, a prolific writer, and always stretching in the realm of practical theology. His personal blog is always stimulating and its here.
Every church leader finds themselves in a new space.
It’s a coping space, and also a creative space –
an opportunity to experiment with new practices, new ideas.
How are we playing with possibilities in faith formation in our digital world?
We’ll be talking about connection, interaction, contemplation, and engaging spiritual practices beyond Sunday worship.
Join us for a conversation about what leaders are trying and discovering about ways to form disciples in a dispersed community. We’ll also be talking about ministry as play, about creativity and risk and about how the Spirit takes us in new directions.
This conversation will blend stories, spiritual practices, theology and Christian formation.
Rev Dr Steve Taylor is the Principal on the Knox Centre for Ministry and Theology in Dunedin, New Zealand. KCML is part of the Presbyterian Church in Aotearoa New Zealand. Steve is a Baptist minister. He was formerly the Principal of Uniting College for Leadership & Theology in SA, and previously Director of Missiology and Post-Graduate Studies. He is the author of “First Expressions”, “Built for Change” and “Out of Bounds Church?”.
Friday 31 July, 10.00-11.30am EST Australian time
LIVE on Facebook at facebook.com/ucappep.org
Hosted by Port Phillip East Presbytery, Uniting Church in Australia