We live in one of the most racially diverse countries in the world. Communities all around the UK are seeing racial diversity with some places now regarded as ‘hyper diverse’. Within these communities are local churches, including the Salvation Army. Many have seen their congregation grow, with much racial diversity happening as part of this growth. However, the challenge of being a multi-cultural church which seeks to live out a multi-cultural way, is far too often not seen.
This four day course is aimed at leaders, who are leading Corps like the ones described, to help give insight around this crucial area of intercultural mission and includes:
Ethnicity, the inclusive church resource – Michael Jagessar
Crossing the Divide – Owen Hylton
Exclusion and Embrace – Miroslav Volf
Other courses helpful for preparation:
Intercultural Mission Conference
Officers, Pioneer leaders, Territorial Envoys who are journeying in racially diverse areas.
People who have recently moved to a racially diverse area, including inner-city and urban.
DME’s and divisional leaders, especially those who are predominately in hyper diverse areas.
William Booth College
29 January-1 February 2019
By the end of this course, delegates should be able to:
Captain Jonny Smith
Naar Mfundisi Holloway
Major Brenda Sterling