Welcome to the November edition of the CPAS e-bulletin. This month, find out how you can meet Granny at the Youthwork conference, read about the latest edition of Church Leadership, and discover more about a recent Falcon Camp.
The CPAS Prayer Diary and Catalyst magazine are available free of charge, please do get in touch with us if you would like to subscribe to these. Thank you for your support.
Come and visit us for a free teaching resource, and the opportunity to meet Granny and find out information about new initiatives to help engage, encourage and enable effective youth ministry in your church.
See you there!
Making Mission Possible
In November, 24 events will be running as part of the Making Mission Possible, equipping and enabling church leaders for mission.
Included are Leading Edge forums in York, Mattishall and Southsea, a Growing Leaders training event in Birmingham, and many other events throughout England.
The latest Church Leadership magazine is out now, along with a host of online resources to equip and enable lay and ordained local-church leaders.
This edition focuses on ‘Developing disciples’, and includes thought-provoking articles on topics such as whole-life discipleship, developing Christian character, and the importance of rest amidst a busy schedule.
Applying for a new clergy post can be a confusing and daunting experience. How does the system work? What makes a good application? How can you make a good impression at interview? Find out more about CPAS articles to advise, inform and encourage at every step of the way.
Retail giant John Lewis and Reformation strategist Thomas Cranmer – anything in common? Well, both have played a major role the leadership journey of the Rev Dr Maurice Elliott, the young and innovative director of the Church of Ireland’s Theological Institute.