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TOGETHER IN MISSION exists to work with denominations, networks and local churches to encourage the planting of missional communities.

In fulfilling this purpose, we focus on:

  • Church planting
  • Transitioning local congregations and denominations towards mission
  • Leadership development
  • Encouraging the emerging church
Gathering Church Planting Forum – Together in Mission hosts an annual CHURCH PLANTING FORUM to examine the state of Church planting in The UK and Europe. Please visit our Church Planting Forum web page.

Café Vista Blog – Partnerships and conversations are important as we try and understand together how God is shaping us into a church which can be more effective in mission. Our national director Martin Robinson has written several books on mission in the western context. He and others reflect on the conversation in Cafe Vista.

Learning TOGETHER IN MISSION works in partnership with SPRINGDALE COLLEGE. At Springdale College we offer courses focusing on Mission and Leadership:

  • MA in Missional Leadership provides practical, affordable and flexible training for all church leaders.
  • BA (Hons) in Theology and Mission is devised to allow students to study while ministering from placement churches.
  • Foundation Degree in Theology and Mission offers cutting edge theories of missional ministry, develops your understanding and skills in ministry and helps you to construct your own practice of mission.
  • Multiply Christian Leadership Training equips today’s leaders for tomorrow’s church.
travelling2.jpg As churches become increasingly mission focused, we commit to walk with them, helping with research and consultancy.Partnership for Missional Church: This process has been developed to enable congregations to place mission at the heart of church life. Please click here for more information, and contact us for a conversation.Stories and Reflections is a new page to hear about some experiments in mission. Our first theme is Changing the Conversation; Creative ways to get round the “stuckness” of post-Christendom, challenging a few assumptions in the process. Of course, the first set of assumptions are our own…