Due to technical difficulties, the meeting will now be held via Zoom.
God is at work when we feel like everything has gone bad and is unravelling. In fact, God can use these challenges to push us on to share the Good News in new places and ways.
This will be an interactive opportunity to explore together how we do ministry when our face to face options are being shutdown owing to Coronavirus.
Don't give up!
How to choose a platform
Relationships and trust in the online space
Breakout sessions - outreach, children & families, youth, church services, elderly
CEO, Scripture Union ACT
Ana has been involved in Scripture Union for over 25 years, in a wide range of ministry. She is passionate about the fact that there is no context in which we can't share God's Good News.
Dr Chris Porter
Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Trinity College
Most people could not draw together academic interests in computer science, psychology and theology, into an engaging discussion of online ministry, but Chris is not most people.
Born in Canada, he was adopted into an academic household in Canberra. Though faith was a big part of his life growing up, he began his studies with an engineering degree with the hope of becoming a motorsports engineer. Although a lifelong passion, Chris’s path quickly diverted towards a dual degree in psychology at ANU and software engineering at the University of Adelaide.
Following his undergraduate studies, Chris worked in research for several years with the University of Adelaide, first on human decision-making in the School of Psychology with the Memory and Language Learning Lab and then complex networked environments at the Teletraffic Research Centre in the School of Engineering Maths and Computer Science.
After diverting into studying theology, he is now a post-doctoral research fellow at Trinity College.
Acting Senior Pastor of Mosaic Baptist Church
Andy has been part of Mosaic since before he can remember. He loves the place so much that when an opportunity opened up in our youth ministry he became part of the team.
Andy is committed to making disciples and helping people, young and old, discover more of who Jesus is.
In July 2016, Andy was inducted as the Congregational Pastor for our Belconnen PM Congregation.
Andy enjoys spending time with his wife, Lisa and 2 kids, preaching, motor bikes and giving the other staff a hard time.
We’ve been called to work as a body so partnering together is an awesome outworking of God’s kingdom. Let’s do it!
Likes: contemporary dance • walking the dog (or it walking me) • having a laff! •