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malcolm chamberlain

musings about the emerging church, mission and contemporary culture...

God is at large, intimately involved in his world in ways that the church is maybe just waking up to!

Greenbelt 2007...

Tuesday, August 21, 2007

Today feels hectic in the extreme as I'm getting stuff ready for the weekend (as well as other things coming in!) but I know it's all worth it because I never fail to enjoy Greenbelt. As always, I'm looking forward to this year's festival, to catching up with friends and to getting inspired again! Check out the festival website for up-to-date news about the program.

I'm involved in the following two things...

Friday evening, 7:30pm
Panel: "Supporting Church Leavers"
programme blurb... "Building on the work of 'A Churchless Faith' and 'Spirited Exchanges' in New Zealand, a UK network of groups for church leavers has been growing over the last two years, with strong connections to Greenbelt festival. This seminar will provide an opportunity to meet a panel of people involved in 'Spirited Exchanges UK', and discuss with them relevant concerns and issues, as well as giving an experience of the 'Spirited Exchanges' ethos."

Sunday evening, 7:00pm, New Forms Cafe
Dream worship: "A life more ordinary"
programme blurb... "An invitation to fishermen, shepherds, vicars and tarts, and all other extraordinary people with ordinary lives: to explore the presence of God and reality of heaven in your story."

Hope to catch up with some of you over the weekend!!

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