Multicultural World, Intercultural Mission

Multicultural World, Intercultural Mission

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Next Dates

1 – 4 November 2022

16 – 19 May 2023

Course Content

  • The meaning and theology of intercultural mission.
  • An understanding of an intercultural church.
  • Building an intercultural church (all peoples and generations).
  • Building and developing an intercultural leadership team.
  • The important role the intercultural church plays in community.
  • An understanding of the history of immigration and how this has impacted the values of equality and diversity.

Learning Outcomes

By the end of this course, delegates should be able to:

  • Understand a theology of intercultural mission and its importance in this world.
  • Understand key attributes to building an intercultural church for all peoples and generations.
  • Understand the key attributes of building an intercultural leadership team.
  • Understand the important history of immigration and how this impacts the values of equality and diversity.

Pre-course Work

Reading of the books:

  • Michael Jagessar, Ethnicity, the Inclusive Church Resource
  • Owen Hylton, Crossing the Divide
  • Miroslav Volf, Exclusion & Embrace

Who Should Apply

  • Officers, Pioneer Leaders, TEs and anyone journeying in racially diverse areas. Also people who have recently moved to a racially diverse area, including inner-city and urban.
  • DME’s and divisional leaders, especially those who are predominantly in hyper diverse areas.

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Date and Time

Tuesday, November 1st 2022


William Booth College, Champion Park, London

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