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Saints Alive! Online Training

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Planning to run a Saints Alive! course soon? If so, we are delighted to be hosting a Training Day for clergy and potential group leaders on 26 April, led by the authors of the course.

Saints Alive! Online Training

This day is designed for clergy and potential group leaders.  It will run from 10.30 – 4.00 on Zoom with lunch and refreshment breaks.  The authors, John Finney and Felicity Lawson, will be joined at various points by Christopher Landau who has recently run the course on Zoom for 150 at St Aldates’, Oxford. The day is free of charge, though you will need to book in advance.

The day will include opportunities to learn more about the background, aims and content of the course; reflections on leading the course on zoom and in small groups; how to set up Saints Alive! as part of a parish strategy; praying for people to be filled with the Holy Spirit and helping them to grow as disciples within the fellowship of the local church. All this set within the context of worship and prayer together.

Those who attended the Introductory Day on 22 February and are intending to start the course immediately after Easter are welcome to book a time to zoom with John and/or Felicity prior to this training day, via the ReSource Office - office@resource-arm.net 

Please click here to find out more about the Saints Alive! course.

You can order the Saints Alive! Leaders Manual, Participants Journal and DVD on the Saints Alive! website. Those on the Training Day would benefit from having a copy of the Leaders’ Manual to hand, if at all possible.

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