BACI AGM Lecture – The Church in Today’s World: Engaging With the Five Marks of Mission
The Biblical Association of the Church of Ireland’s AGM Lecture takes place on Wednesday September 13 in Castleknock Parish Centre at 7.30 pm. The topic of the lecture is The Church in Today’s World: Engaging with the Five Marks of Mission.
The Five Marks of Mission, as identified in the Anglican Communion, will be explored biblically in brief presentations by the following speakers:
1.TELL – The Revd Jack Kinkead: To proclaim the Good News of the Kingdom.
2.TEACH – The Revd Lesley Robinson: To teach, baptise and nurture new believers.
3. TEND – Mr Philip McKinley: To respond to human need by loving service.
4. TRANSFORM – Canon Paul Houston: To transform unjust structures of society, and pursue peace and reconciliation.
5. TREASURE – Mr David Richie: To strive to safeguard the integrity of creation, and sustain and renew the life of the earth.
Attendance at the Five Marks of Mission lecture is free to paid–up members of BACI. The admission charge for non–members is €5.
The AGM will follow at approximately 8.45 pm.
BACI’s Lent Course 2018, available in January, will be prepared by these presenters on the same theme, enabling parishes around the country to reflect biblically and contextually on the mission of the Church at local level today.
Check the BACI website for updates.