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Upcoming Events

We advertise our events on the Anglican Futures page at Eventbrite.

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Most of our events take the form of an Ideas-Exchange:

We look to experts to stimulate our thinking.

We keep them small so there is the chance for meaningful conversation.

We repeat them for your convenience.

We hope you will join us.


Regular Events

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Praying for the
Anglican Future

Globally, Nationally, Locally

3rd January - 10th Feb

Wed 10 - 10.30 am

Fri 7.15 - 7.45 am

Online Coffee Room

Join us as we pray together for the future of the Anglican Church:

globally, nationally and locally.

Based on the prayer prompts provided at 

Praying For The Anglican Future

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Ministry in Deprived Communities
Continuing the conversation

11/01/23  2pm

14/03/23  2pm

17/05/23  2pm

04/07/23 2pm

Following up on our Ideas Exchange exploring the unique challenges and opportunities of ministering in areas of economic deprivation.  All to often our seminars and conferences presume we are serving in middle class churches.  Come and share ideas that work where you are. Booking will be available a month before the event.


Coffee Room
A chance to meet together


05/01/23 10.30am

12/01/23 10.30am

19/01/23 10.30am

26/01/23 10.30am

Every Thursday morning we open the Anglican Futures Coffee Room for an hour.  Like any coffee room - it is an informal space to download, share stories, test ideas, ask questions and have a bit of human contact! 

Booking is not necessary - just email us to receive the Zoom code.

We asked people what they liked about the Ideas-Exchanges

they had attended:

"A general optimism towards making small changes that can make a difference in the long run/ giving things a go/ a general 'can do' vibe."

"Proper 'conferring' - sharing thoughts & ideas on issues and opportunities"

"The sense of being in this together and the confidence to know the ideas

are gospel-based and stem from a shared desire to communicate the truth of Jesus."

"It was tremendously stimulating and informative."

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