P 106 Global Partnerships for Local Mission (2006)

Traditionally mission and ministry has been the task of the local church within the boundaries of a parish. For St Paul, mission and ministry was always best when done in partnership. He formed partnerships with communities with different geographic, cultural and economic situations to his own.

This study looks at the model of partnership between Paul and the Philippian community and sees how they can be applied in order for global partnerships to enliven the local mission and ministry of every church. The study offers a theological basis and practical advice for developing partnerships which will enrich the life of your church and that of your partners.
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Author: Revd Canon Phil Groves

Phil works as part of the team dedicated to fostering and developing international partnership at the Anglican Communion Office. He has worked in parish ministry in England and taught theology at St Philip's Kongwa in Tanzania. A Canon in the Diocese of Mpwapwa, he has also worked for the Church in Uganda and is a Trustee of the Church Mission Society.

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