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School of Congregational Development

Submitted by standout on Thu, 04/12/2018 - 13:48
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Tallin will host the next school of Congregational development in 2019, September 19 - 22. 

The planning team has started planning the next School of Congregational Development in Tallinn, 19 - 22 September 2019. Once again, we will gatherpastors, deacons and leaders from across the Nordic and Baltic countries for 5 days of intensive training, inspiration and fellowship.
Teaching and inspiration specifically shaped according the number of people attending worship in  local churches:
Below 20, from 20-50,  from 50-100, from 100-200 and more than 200. Other themes will be: New church starts, music and ministry, ministry with migrants, ministry with Muslims, Children and Youth ministry and much more.

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