Background: In the summer and autumn of 2017, the Presbytery Review Group from Gordon Presbytery conducted a survey of all of the churches in the Presbytery of Gordon in one form or another. Whether it was information gained from the Minister, Kirk Session, or a small group of Elders, there was a consensus that everyone wanted to be better resourced, equipped, and connected to others in Presbytery.
Have you wondered how to define discipleship? Is your church wrestling with how to cultivate maturity in believers? If so, come and join the Presbytery of Gordon's second TIM Talk.
We will hear from Rev. Neil Meyer as he shares the importance of discipleship.
Rev. Will Stalder will share the vital role that small groups can play in discipleship. After each talk, there will be a time for questions.
Teas and coffees will be offered, and resources on discipleship will be available to peruse during the evening.
Do you have questions or have a resource you want to bring along for the resource table? Be in contact with Rev. Paul McKeown or Heather Mikelson.
|Title||Talk Date||Subject||Audio/Video Link|
|Developing our Spiritual Leaders||15 November 2018||Discussion on equipping elders. The title is Developing our Spiritual Leadership: Working and Growing Together as Elders.||Vimeo|
|Identifying and Equipping Spiritual Leaders||15 November 2018||Rev. Rhona Cathcart, minister of Inverurie West Parish Church, discusses Identifying and Equipping Spiritual Leaders, through a small group discipleship process.||Vimeo|
|Developing Existing Leaders through the building of teams||15 November 2018||Rev. Alastair Bruce, minister of Ellon Parish Church, shares on Developing Existing Leaders, through the building of teams. (Please note – due to a technical issue, some of the video toward the start of this talk is missing – the video is available later in the video. We apologise for this which was out-with our control. All of the audio is available)||Vimeo|
|Insights from the Gilmore Fraleigh Working Styles Profile||15 November 2018||Rev. Dr Paul McKeown, minister of Belhelvie Parish Church, shares Insights from the Gilmore Fraleigh Working Styles Profile in order to help us understand each other better as we work with diverse personalities in our kirk sessions.||Vimeo|