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Saturday, February 14, 2009

Updated Speaking Tour March 2009

AUSTRALIA Speaking 2009

MELBOURNE MARCH 2nd - 5th
Mon 2nd to Tues 3rd March
Consultation on Fresh Expressions & Parish Ministry,
Anglican Diocese of Melbourne


Monday 2nd March -
After dinner talk: The importance of the catholic Trinitarian & Sacramental Anglican tradition as a basis for mission engagement with spiritual tourism

Place: St James Anglican Church, Camberwell webinfo
Time: From 5.30pm (Starting with Evening Prayer)
For more info: Invite Only
Booking: Invite only, Ms Lyn Whaley, Anglican Centre, 209 Flinders Lane, Melbourne, Vic. 3000 ph 03 9653 4220 email

Tues 3rd March - Developing Fresh Expressions of church of the sacramental traditions.
Place: St James Anglican Church, Camberwell
Time: 10am to 3pm
For more info: Invite Only
Booking: Invite only, Ms Lyn Whaley, Anglican Centre, 209 Flinders Lane, Melbourne, Vic. 3000 ph 03 9653 4220 email
Books: Both my books will be available in return for a suggested donation to the Moot Community.

Weds 4th March - Noel Carter Memorial Lecture
Title: Being Church in a global culture of consumption and information technology
Place: Trinity College Theological School (Evan Burge Lecture Theatre)
Time: 7pm
Cost: Free, no booking required
More information: Please contact Lyn Whaley, Anglican Centre, 209 Flinders Lane, Melbourne email 

Books available: Both my books will be available

Thurs 5th March - Diocesan Training Day
Title: Developing Emerging & Fresh Expressions within a Mixed Economy of Church
Time: 10am to 3.15pm
Place: St John’s Camberwell, venue website
Cost: $25 for the day
Booking: contact Lyn Whaley, Anglican Centre, 209 Flinders Lane, Melbourne, Vic. 3000 ph 03 9653 4220 email
Books available: Both my books will be available again in return for donation to the work of the Moot Community

GOLD COAST MARCH 6th - 9th

Sat 7th March
Event: Regional Fourm, Tweed/Byron Anglicans
Title: Emerging & Fresh Expressions and being Authentically Anglican
Time: 9.30-3.15pm
Venue: St Martins Anglican Church Mullumbimby, Stuart St, 02 6684 3552, Byron Bay
Booking: free and open session for anyone to attend
Books: Both my books will be available

Sun 8th March
Title: Preaching & Presentation on Fresh Expressions in the rural context
Place: All Saints, Mul'bah NSW.
Website
Time: 9am to 2pm
Info: For more info please contact Colin Tett. Email.
Booking: Contact Tel: (02)6672 6070 Fax: (02) 6672 6070 Email.
Books available: Both books will be available

NEWCASTLE MARCH 9-11th March
Mon 9th March
Title Day with the Senior Staff of the Anglican Diocese of Newcastle, invite only

Place: tbc
Time: 9am to 5pm
Books available: Both my books will be available

Tues 10th March
Title: Training day for the Diocese - Developing Emerging & Fresh Expressions of Church in a mixed economy of Church.

This is a training day for clergy and lay leaders in the Diocese, see flyer
Place: St John the Baptist Anglican Church hall, Morehead Street, Lambton
Cost: $10
Booking: Email or phone father david - 0400 686 514
Time: 9am to 5.30pm
Books: Both my books will be available at this event.

Tues 10th March
Title: The future of the emergent church in Newcastle and the Hunter

Place: The Gateway Hotel, Maitland Road, Islington (in Newcastle).
Booking: contact as below
Time: 7.30pm for dinner ($5 pub meals - excellent quality) then 8pm upstairs for discussion.
Books: Both my books will be available at this event.
Info: Contact Les Chatwin by Email or 0425 255 143

SYDNEY MARCH 12th
12th March - Day Conference
Title: (Re)Visioning Mission today, a conversation about Fresh Expressions from the edge and in the mainstream with Pete Pillinger & Ian Mobsby

Place: Paddington Uniting Church, 395 Oxford Street. Parking available 24-28 Gordon Street
Time: Starting at 10am
For more info & booking click here to register on line Click here to see the flyer
Books available: Both my books will be available in exchange for a donation to the work of the Moot Community.

BLUE MOUNTAINS MARCH 13th & 14th

13th March
Title: Intentional Christian communities in mission (new Monasticism)

Place: 5 Queens Road, Lawson, Blue Mountains.
Time: 12.30-5pm, Dinner at 6pm, Compline at 7pm
Booking: Contact Wayne by email
Info: See Flyer

14th March
Title: Worship that connects for mission in a Post-Modern world

Place: 5 Queens Road, Lawson, Blue Mountains
Time: 9.30-3.30pm
Booking: Contact Wayne by email
Info: See Flyer

NEW ZEALAND Speaking 2009

AUCKLAND MARCH 20th - 25th

CITYSIDE BAPTIST CHURCH Sun 22nd March
Title: Trinitarian Mysticism - the call of the church.
Ian curates worship and speaks about this subject in the service.

Place: Cityside Baptist Church, 8A Mt Eden Road, Newton, Auckland web info
Time: 10.30am to 12midday
For more info: Contact Brenda the pastor there on (09) 377 3512 or send an email through here
Books available: Both my books will be available in return for a suggested donation to the work of the Moot Community

JOINT PONSONBY BAPTIST CHURCH & CITYSIDE EVENT Sun 22nd March
Title: Compline exploring New-Monasticism for the 21st Century
Place: Ponsonby Baptist Church, website
Time: 7pm to 10pm
For more info: Contact Jody Kilpatrick the pastor there on (09) 376 3621 ot send an email here
Books available: Both my books will be available in return for a suggested condation to the work of the Moot Commuity

CAREY BAPTIST COLLEGE
MON 23rd March
Title: Spiritual Leadership and Mission in the Global Village
Place: Carey Baptist College, website
Time: 6.30pm to 9.30pm
For more info: contact Mike
Books available: Both books

TUES 24th March
Title: New models of leadership - Baptist Pastor's workshop with Ian Mobsby
Place: Carey Baptist College, website
Time: 9.30am to 1pm
For more info: contact Mike
Books available: Both books

TUES 24th March
Title: Lunch interview with Ian Mobsby
Place: Carey Baptist College, website
Time: 1pm to 1.45pm

WEDS 25th March
Title: A Christian Spirituality in an Age of Neo-Mysticism - Lecture
Place: Carey Baptist College, website
Time: 9.30am to 11am
For more info: contact Mike
Books available: Both books

CAMBRIDGE & HAMILTON MARCH 26th - 30th

THURS 26th MARCH
Title: Meeting up with the Stations of the Cross Team, Hamilton.
Place: Tbc
Time: To be confirmed
For more info: To be confirmed

FRI 27th MARCH
Title: The challenge of contemporary mission and ministry in the 21st century. How do you do church (worship, mission and community) in our now spiritual post-secular post-modern world?

Place: Te Ara Hau auditorium, 100 Morrinsville Road, Hamilton
Time: 10am-2.30pm
Cost: $35
For more info or booking: Email

FRI 27th MARCH
Title: Invited Prvate discussion on Emerging Church & the experience of Moot in London UK

Place: Pub in Cambridge
Time: Evening
For more info: Contact Paul Fromont

SAT 28th MARCH
Title: Spiritual Tourist – Spiritual Pilgrim… Engaging with post-secular spirituality

Place: Workshop at Lady Goodfellow chapel, University of Waikato, Gate 1 Knighton Road, Hamilton
Time: 1-4pm
Cost: $10
For more info or booking: Email

SUN 29th MARCH

Title: Preaching

Place: Chartwell co-operating church (St Albans), Comries Road, Hamilton.
Time: 9.30am
For more info: contact Anne on email

SUN 29th MARCH
Attend Ex-ile Service, Hamilton

Place: Uniiversity Chapel, Waikato University, Hamilton
Time: 8 pm
For more info: contact by email

TUES 31st MARCH
Conversation exploring missional context
Place: Anglican Diocesan Offices
Time: 1-4pm
For more info: contact Jemma by email

AUCKLAND 1st April

WEDS 1st APRIL
Preaching in Eucharist Service & Presentation on 'Forms of mission-centred church for a 21st Century culture of the spiritual searcher
Place: St John's College, Auckland
Time: 1-4pm
For more info: contact Jemma by email

PLANS FOR CHRISTCHURCH
As with five other elements of the original tour in Australia, I am sad to say that the credit crunch has made it unviable financially for me to complete planned activities in Christchurch. However, I am currently seeking the possibility of returning to honour this commitment in the next year or so, as I hate letting anyone down. My particular disapointment was not being able to complete the speaking engagements that Steve Taylor has been very kind in facilitating. As I said, I hope to be able to honour a return to this once global economics calms down.


 

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