‘Mission without borders?’ Mission Studies Day 2024

An invitation to be part of the discussions at the Mission Studies Day on 15 May 2024

At Ripon College, Wheatley Road, Cuddesdon, Oxford, OX44 9EX, 15 May 2024 from 10.30am – 3.30pm

Join us for the Mission Studies Day organised between The British and Irish Association of Practical Theology (BIAPT) and CTE’s Mission Research Network on the topic of “Mission without Borders?”: Discipleship as (Un)learning – How to Do Theology From More Than One Place

The keynote speakers

Dr Sam Ewell is a theological practitioner and Benedictine oblate rooted in the Catholic tradition. A US national and permanent resident of Brazil, since 2010 Sam has lived with family in Birmingham UK. Sam currently, works as a freelance “green connector” with two Christian community development organisations (Companions for Hope and Open Door). In this role, he connects and animates residents to “be neighbours on purpose” as a convivial way of “cultivating abundant community from the ground up.”

Rev Hasna Khatun is a Pioneer Minister with an interest in Islam and Pioneer Missiology.  Being from a Muslim Background, she came to follow Christ after the witness of a Jewish friend. She is keen to reference theologies from the Global South as a practitioner, writer and presenter.  She has written for Grove on Christians from a Muslim Background in the UK.

The morning consists of keynote speeches with time for in-depth round table discussions. The afternoon is set aside for short papers relating to the theme from emerging early career researchers and practitioners.

The cost is £40.00 pp and includes a hot meal from the Cuddesdon refectory and teas and coffees. 

Register for a place and pay at the BIAPT website

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