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Bristol 2007: Setting People Free

Jesus in the City:
20 July 2005 - Agenda



The meeting will be on Wednesday 20 July at Pip'n'Jay in Bristol, from 10:00 am to 12:15, with a further meeting from 1:00 to 2:00 pm for anyone interested in local planning - if we decide to go ahead.

Agenda Part One

From 10:00 am to 12:15 pm.
10:00Registration & coffee
10:15Opening prayers - Malcolm Widdecombe
10:30The story of Jesus in the City - Patton Taylor [Chair of Trustees] & Michael Eastman [ECUM]
10:40Our experience of Jesus in the City - Paul Hazelden [Bristol] & Jon Durley [Cardiff]
10:50Questions & discussion
11:102007 is a special year - Richard Reddie [CTE Project Director for Bicentenary Slave Trade Act 2007]
11:25UK Urban Mission Scene today - Erica Dunmow [Urban Mission Development Advisor]
11:35Topics for Tracks - Roger Sainsbury [Bristol]
11:45The feedback forms - Paul H
11:55Do we go ahead? Can we say, "It seemed good to the Holy Spirit and to Us" (Acts 15:28)? Voting?
12:15Lunch, fellowship & prayer

Agenda Part Two - If 'Yes'

Urban Congress Executive, from 1:00 pm to 2:00 pm.
1.Relationship to Trustees - Patton Taylor
2.Suggested structure - Roger Sainsbury
  * Small Executive - Bristol/West based to meet bi-monthly
  * Consultative Council - Local/UK to meet bi-annually
  * Circulation List - those invited and others
3.Chair, Secretary, Treasurer
4.Finance - local account?
5.Office base
6.Suggested date for the 2007 congress
7.Publicity - local, UK
8.Research project - Urban Mission in Bristol 1980-2005

Agenda Part Two - If 'No'

What next? Any other suggestions?


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