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CITI webinar: Online church in a post–lockdown world

The Church of Ireland Theological Institute is pleased to announce a webinar event for all Church of Ireland members to explore ‘online church in a post–lockdown world’.

This event is free of charge and is scheduled to take place on Friday, 16th April, from 10.00am to 12.30pm.  (Registration is required in advance – please see details below).

The morning will consist of two sessions led by the Venerable Bob Jackson.  It will include opportunities for group discussion, a coffee break, and a final plenary session during which Archbishop Michael Jackson will offer a short personal response to the webinar content.

About the speaker

Bob Jackson
Bob Jackson

Bob Jackson was a Government Economic Adviser in the days before Mrs Thatcher was invented. After twenty years of parish ministry in Yorkshire, he became a missioner working for the two English archbishops, and then an archdeacon. More recently, he has focussed on the theory and practice of church growth.  Having tried to retire, he came out of retirement to help think through good practice and the future of online church. Bob is the author of numerous publications, most recently Everybody Welcome Online and Everybody Welcome to the Future. He leads a families–based fresh expression of church in his village of Eyam in Derbyshire and invents pilgrimage routes in his spare time. He is married to Christine with two grown–up children and four grandchildren.


To register in advance for this event, please click on this link.

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.

Please note, the closing date for registration is Wednesday, 31st March.

Upon the closing date, you will be invited to complete a very short survey in advance of the event.

If you have any further queries, please contact Jane Kelly – janekelly@theologicalinstitute.ie

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