Rangitikei and Kelburn to host prophetic discipleship workshops

At the beginning of November we have two opportunities to participate in workshops on prophetic discipleship, run by Cath Livesey.

Cath leads Accessible Prophecy, based out of Sheffield, UK. Accessible Prophecy is a discipleship network with the aim of resourcing and releasing prophetic gifting in our church. She has worked closely with Rich Robinson and other leaders of the 3DM Discipleship Movement. You may be familiar with her book, My Sheep Have Ears: Prophecy within Discipleship and Mission.

Cath has had a season of living in New Zealand and has been on team for our 3DM Learning Communities, and will be coming as part of our final 3DM Community of Practice but having an extended stay to support our diocesan family as we more intentionally lean into maturing the gifts of prophecy amongst us.

Cath has a gift for sharing strong Biblical insights and foundations for prophetic ministry and fosters safe environments and experiences for us to grow in these gifts together. Her workshops involve teaching and activation exercises.

On Thursday 1st November, from 7:30pm-9pm; Cath is running an introductory workshop at St Michael’s Church, Kelburn.  To register for this event, please contact Cassandra Burtonwood at cassandra.burtonwood@gmail.com.

For those in the north of the diocese, we have a second opportunity to experience this introductory workshop, at St Stephen’s Church Hall, Marton, on Tuesday 6 November from 7:30-9pm. To register for this event please contact Rebecca Apperley at rebecca@wn.ang.org.nz.

We’d love for you to come and be a part of these opportunities to learn and grow together along with our wider church family.