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GREAT ATTENDANCE AT SPRING 2019 MINISTRY COLLOQUIUM
We at SEARCH were delighted with the attendance, the lively conversation and the challenge offered by Canon Dr David Hewlett at the Colloquium “Developing Ministry: What is the Spirit saying to the Church?” on March 30th last. Collecting and editing the contributions that resulted was quite a time-consuming process, but the material is now with our printers in Letterkenny and the resulting issue of SEARCH will be out at the beginning of June if not sooner. So do make sure that your subscription is up to date through firstname.lastname@example.org! In the meantime, you can get a good impression of the Colloquium in this month’s Gazette.
A Special Contribution to the Developing Ministry Colloquium from Bishop Ken Good.