The need for church planting and gospel renewal in Melbourne is bigger than ever. Over the next 30 years as the world continues to globalize, Melbourne’s population is projected to grow by an alarming 163% with an estimated 3% per year.
We need more church planters to see more people come to know Jesus Christ.
In this webinar, local church planting experts and strategist will share their experiences in planting a new church, what it takes to be a church planter, and some exciting developments in Melbourne to help support and grow people into church planting or starting new ministries.
• The local need and gospel future in Melbourne
• What it takes to plant a church/ new ministry
• Pathways for churches and individuals
Julie-anne is the Director of Missional Engagement for City to City Australia three days per week and would love to see real gospel movement across Australia. She has a real heart for people to know Christ and would love to see churches doing this better. Julie-anne also currently serves as the Canon of Church Planting in the Anglican Diocese of Melbourne.
Peter has been in church ministry for over two decades. He was the founding director of Mustard schools ministry (2002), and a congregation in North Balwyn (2011), and then Merri Creek Anglican (2013). He has a PhD in Colonial Mission History, and has a passion for Aboriginal reconciliation history. Peter is also a musician, songwriter and record producer.
Bre is married to Michael, and they live right near Monash University in Melbourne where they desire to build a sense of family on campus. Bre is an aspiring church planter seeking to build communities that have a relevant expression of mission, community and worship. With years of experience in Youth and Young Adults ministry, Bre has a passion for raising the next generation of leaders.