It’s back! After a prolonged Covid-induced break, our Friday evening sessions of conversation and challenge on topical issues will return in the church at 7.30pm on Friday 27th May. The session will also be available remotely on Zoom. Our discussion will be on the subject of “food”, and will address issues of food security, sustainability and the cost-of-living. There will be a speaker (Walter Attwood), Q&A, a film and a time for discussion in small groups. Please see the attached flyer for more details. Do come if you can, and please invite your friends. There will also be some food (biscuits, cakes) and refreshments served during the evening.
The log-in details on Zoom are as follows:
Or you can dial in using the telephone number 0203 9017895
Meeting ID: 835 0900 1286
Stirling Climate Festival
Talk : Faith and the Environment
(organised by Stirling Methodist Church Green Team)
Speaker: The Rev David Coleman
(Chaplain Eco-congregations Scotland)
Tickets for church from email@example.com
To attend via Zoom, here is the link meeting ID and passcode. No need to register.
Or you can dial in using the telephone number 0203 9017895 Meeting ID: 835 0900 1286 Passcode: 880767
Online Zoom event – Tuesday 7th July 2020 10:00 to 14:00.
led by Ali Johnson, Digital Evangelist at Cliff College.
This is a FREE training day led by Ali Johnson, Digital Evangelist at Cliff College, for those who are interested in developing their knowledge and skills in using social media, websites and lots other platforms for mission!
This training day is not for those beginning to use digital in their church/missional context, but it is for those who are already using social media — those who would like to ‘work smarter’ and advance their skills and knowledge.
Some basic knowledge is needed but it should be accessible for all ministers, administrators and lay workers, as well as volunteers with some digital awareness. As well as develop knowledge of different platforms, it will also help develop awareness of trends, target groups, different contexts and creative ideas for engaging digitally.
This Circuit Stewards Training Day was planned for Saturday 18 April 2020 to cover modules 3 and 4 of the course. Due to the safety measures of social distancing and isolation, this course has been rescheduled until after the crisis.
The role of Circuit Steward is one of the key lay ministries in Methodism and so deserves the best support and training possible to do the work effectively.
The new handbook and induction course, along with the Creating Safe Spaces Foundation Module, provide information and learning for new Circuit Stewards but also offer ongoing learning and reflection for existing Circuit Stewards as a means of Continuous Professional Development. Reading materials to accompany this course can be found on the Connexional Website.
There is no charge for this event, and lunch is provided, which will cater for a variety of dietary needs. Please register on Eventbrite. For any further information please contact Lorraine Darlow firstname.lastname@example.org
This is for new stewards and existing stewards and will cover the first two modules of the recently-published training materials, with some additional reading and optional homework following each session.
There is no charge, and lunch, catering for a variety of dietary needs will be provided. Please register at https://circuit_stewards_induction_day1.eventbrite.co.uk
For any further information please contact Lorraine Darlow email@example.com
This day is for all Trainers who are delivering the Foundation Module in Creating Safer Space. Whether you have been training for several years or more, or only just started, this day is for you! It aims to refresh knowledge and understanding as preparation for delivering the new foundation materials. All existing trainers must complete this training before delivering the new module. Lunch is provided.
Please book a place using the booking link https://trainer_refresher_training.eventbrite.co.uk
This Core Learning session accompanies the Essential preparation (which takes approximately 1 hour 30 minutes) and Handbook (a resource for further study) to equip all involved in safeguarding roles who require training to this level. A list of those who are required to attend is available here. Lunch is provided.
Please book a place using the booking link https://advanced_module-stirlingnov2019.eventbrite.co.uk
Pioneer Ministry is a way to seek contemporary answers to the old question – how do we genuinely spread the gospel beyond church, with the entirely unchurched?
Booking closes: 17 October 2019
Book through: Eventbrite