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In this podcast at the Anglican Catholic Mission symposium on mission and the poor, Fr Andrew Moughtin Mumby reflects on the challenge of mission for inner city parishes with the theme of ‘money can’t buy you happiness, but it can buy you a whole load of unhappiness’. Fr Andrew explores language, wellbeing and influence of people who are poor. Fr Andrew is the Rector of St Peter’s Walworth now in the area for 12 years.

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In this podcast Fr Paul Butler explores the foundational vision of the Anglican Catholic movements in their focus on the preferential treatment of the poor, and the challenges there are about sociial and economic poverty today.  Fr Paul is the Rector and parish priest of S. Paul's Deptford in the Diocese of Southwark.  

This podcast was recorded in the Anglican Catholc Mission Symposium exploring the issue of mission and people who are poor. 

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In this podcast Captain Nick Russell explores God's preferential treatment of the poor, and the challenges there are about sociial and economic poverty today.  Nick is a Chirch Army Officer and licensed as a  Parish Evangelist of St Saviour's, Eltham in the Diocese of Southwark.  

This podcast was recorded in the Anglican Catholc Mission Symposium exploring the issue of mission and people who are poor. 

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In this podcast Mtr Mae Christie explores the theme of being formed and transformed into the likeness of Christ in the context of blessing and mission.  

 

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In this podcast, Fr Philip Corbett explores that importance of Eucharist as central to Apostolic Mission when exploring the theme of mission and blessing.

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In this second of three podcasts David Stephenson Area Dean for South Lambeth and Priest in Charge of All Saints West Norwood explores the story of Matisse regarding art and spirituality at the end of his life, ans also an artist-in-residence project with the All Saints Congregation as part of its worship, mission and community life. 

For more information on the Matisse TV programme click here

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Drawing on the work of Bishop Stephen Cottrell this series of 3 podcasts explores the theme of mission and arts and creativity. In this first of three podcasts, Anna Macham explores the place of a community singing group and a community arts project associated with the Parish of St Philips Church Avondale Square.

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Drawing on the work of Bishop Stephen Cottrell this series of 3 podcasts explores the theme of mission and arts and creativity. In this third of three podcasts, Jonathan Sedgwick explores a theology of curation and mission reflecting on the place of art and other activities at St George the Martyr Church Borough High Street, South London UK.  

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On Friday 5th May 2017 at Southwark Cathedral and sponsored by the Southwark Diocesan Mission Network, Bishop Stephen Cottrell, the Bishop of Chelmsford explores the theme of Anglican Catholic approaches to Evangelism in three sessions.  In this last of three podcasts, Bishop Stephen  explores the theme of blessing.  This was recorded for the promotion of Anglican Catholic Mission and Evangelism, through the work of Ian Mobsby, the Woolwich Episcopal Area Mission Enabler in the Diocese of Southwark.

To download a pdf copy of the powerpoint Bp Stephen used for the 3 sessions click here.

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On Friday 5th May 2017 at Southwark Cathedral and sponsored by the Southwark Diocesan Mission Network, Bishop Stephen Cottrell, the Bishop of Chelmsford explores the theme of Anglican Catholic approaches to Evangelism in three sessions.  In this second of three podcasts, Bishop Stephen  explores the theme of pilgrimage.  This was recorded for the promotion of Anglican Catholic Mission and Evangelism, through the work of Ian Mobsby, the Woolwich Episcopal Area Mission Enabler in the Diocese of Southwark.

To download a pdf copy of the powerpoint Bp Stephen used for the 3 sessions click here.

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On Friday 5th May 2017 at Southwark Cathedral and sponsored by the Southwark Diocesan Mission Network, Bishop Stephen Cottrell, the Bishop of Chelmsford explores the theme of Anglican Catholic approaches to Evangelism in three sessions.  In this first of three podcasts, Bishop Stephen  explores the theme of beauty.  This was recorded for the promotion of Anglican Catholic Mission and Evangelism, through the work of Ian Mobsby, the Woolwich Episcopal Area Mission Enabler in the Diocese of Southwark.

To download a pdf copy of the powerpoint Bp Stephen used for the 3 sessions click here.

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In this podcast recorded at the 6th Anglican Catholic Missiology Symposium hosted by the Woolwich Episcopal Area of the Diocese of Southwark, Erica Wooff explores the theme of 'It Gotta be perfect' when thinking about Youth and Mission.

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In this podcast recorded at the 6th Anglican Catholic Missiology Symposium hosted by the Woolwich Episcopal Area of the Diocese of Southwark, Mae Christie explores an approach to mission inspired by the Settlement Movement.

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In this podcast recorded at the 6th Anglo-Catholic Missiology Symposium hosted by the Woolwich Episcopal Area of the Diocese of Southwark, Nick Russell, Church Army Officer explores the theme of mission to the poor and unchurched.

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In this podcast recorded at the 5th Angllican Catholic Missiology Symposium hosted by the Woolwich Episcopal Area of the Diocese of Southwark.  Paul Collier reflects on a justice & community organising approach to mission.

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In this podcast recorded at the 5th Anglican Catholic Missiology Symposium hosted by the Woolwich Episcopal Area of the Diocese of Southwark, Hugo Adán reflects on his experiences of the Hispanic Mission in the Elephant and Castle area of South London, and the challenge of engaging with folk religion.

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In this podcast recorded at the 4th Anglo-Catholic Missiology Symposium hosted by the Woolwich Episcopal Area of the Diocese of Southwark, Martin Thomas Explores the theme of Anglo-Catholic Mission and the Uselessness of God.

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In this podcast recorded at the 4th Anglo-Catholic Missiology Symposium hosted by the Woolwich Episcopal Area of the Diocese of Southwark, Jonathan Sedgwick explores the theme of Mission and the Public Square reflecting on the writings of Rowan Williams.

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In this podcast Ian Mobsby explores the differences between attractional models of Church with apostolic models and the importance of seeking God through the story and needs of people in the local context.  This was recorded at the 4th Anglo-Catholic Symposium on 23rd November 2016 in the Woolwich Episcopal Area of the Diocese of Southwark.

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In this podcast Ian Mobsby explores recent research that suggests that anglican catholic ordinands, deacons and priests are loosing the founding vision of this tradition in apostolic mission in the context of the challenge of contemporary 21st-century society.  This paper seeks to reconnection confidence in the tradition with radical apostolic mission that is prepared to engage with adequate listening of the context, and the emerging spiritual tribes.
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In this paper Bp Jonathan Clark the Bishop of Croydon explores the theme of Anglican Catholic evangelism and the place of authenticity in our current post-christendom context.
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In this paper David Evans explores the three steps to asset based development, and how this relates to using the strengths of people regarding community organisation and development.  In the discussion section it was noted the big connection here between the Fresh Expressions development circle diagrams and the connection with the stages of the power to Affirm, Convene and Reflect. 

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In this paper Bp Michael explores the impoverishment often expressed as an inadequate pneumatology in an Anglican theology of mission and practice.  Drawing on a historical reflection, Bp Michael explores how a fuller charismatic and pnematological theology would enhance the missioner as improvisor catching up with what the Holy Spirit is already doing.  Bp Michael is currently the Bishop of Woolwich and now Bishop Elect of the Diocese of Lichfield, and leaves the Diocese of Southwark to become a Diocesan Bishop. He will be missed!!!

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In this paper Philip Corbett draws on the writings and vision of the Oxford Movement and the Ritualists to explore a particularly apostolic approach to the use of the saramentals as instruments for mission.  Philip draws on sacramental, redemptive and incarnational theology, along with social media to explore Christian mission and presence today in the public square.

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In this paper Gareth Powell explores the missiological questions and reflections coming out his work and mission in Streatham Hill in South London. Gareth explores the vision of a mission-focused residential religious community at the heart of a building that will increasingly be public space in and for the local community.  

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In this introductory podcast, Bp Michael the Bishop of Woolwich maps out the hopes and expectations of the symposia to promote exploration and resourcing of those working in Anglo-catholic parishes and mission initiatives.  Ian Mobsby as facilitator of the symposia gives further information on plans. To listen to this introductory podcast please click here