National Hub -
The conversation Continues: Discipleship and Leadership Development
Wednesday, May 5th 2021 at 12.30pm - 2pm
The next National Hub is on Wednesday, 5th May from 12.30pm -2pm. At this month’s hub we be looking at Discipleship and Leadership Development. Stan Lyth has been doing some research and there has been some interesting results. We would like to invite you to help us address problems and decide together, what new models are effective for training and mentoring leaders and disciples.
Here is an update from Stan Lyth, which was recorded during the Annual Gathering in March.
Meeting ID: 291 861 2367
The Scotland Hub is launching in September and will be located at Auldhouse Community Church, Glasgow (subject to University of Chester confirmation).
Contact Don Palmer
Who we are
fellowship of leaders : network of churches
We see Scottish Network Churches as a fellowship of leaders and a network of churches, playing our part in the unity of the Spirit and the Kingdom movement. We meet in Local Hubs monthly, National Hubs bi-annually and our Annual Gathering.
We sense God is calling us to develop into a networked movement in Scotland based on the apostolic role modelled by Jesus and his humble, serving, empowering, relational apostolic ministry. We want to partner with churches, leaders and ministries to further God’s mission in Scotland.
Genuine, authentic friendship that values being together before doing together. Resourcing and welcoming others with generosity, serving the Kingdom, not building an empire. Enabling local churches and serving leaders in the mission of seeking to bring the Kingdom of Heaven in practical and relevant ways.
How we Gather
We intentionally gather together for fellowship and friendship and make no apology for the time spent relating together. We recognise the need to continually be learning from Jesus and from one another. We seek to nurture mission by encouraging missional projects, events and initiatives.
What others say:
"Its about impacting our community".
“It’s about doing it together in the nation”.
“It’s not a franchise, we value our differences”.
“Each leader has the key for their area and we want to help them use it”.
“We want to take seriously the call to plant churches and work for justice amongst the poorest communities in Scotland.”
“We simply want to see the church in Scotland look like Jesus again”.
"I value the way we truly love Jesus but show it and live it in different ways. It’s so enriching”
“The network has given me the courage to step out and be creative in how I lead my church into the community”.