lunch, we then prioritised the top three to five themes.
• Use of our buildings, helping their visibility in
• Children and Families, in church, schools and uniformed
• The Meadowfield Industrial Estate
discussion we came to the following consensus:
PCC resolves to continue with the PMC Process with the following
is challenging us to make more Missional Use of our buildings
to reach our whole community
and help them discover God’s love for us all.
So to make better use of the great buildings
(St. John’s and St. Catherine’s)
we will reach out into our communities, which may involve
Children and Families and the Industrial Estate.
Thus our focus is not to be inward looking but going out to
our communities as we enter the ‘Experimenting’
Phase of the PMC.
The experimenting will be worked out by a
‘Mission Innovation Team’ in addition to the present
PMC Core Team.
The point about experiments is that if they don’t work,
that does not matter.
We try a few initiatives, and depending on the results, adapt
our activities as we move forward.
all we must be guided by the Holy Spirit as we move forward.
This will require us all to listen and pray to God every step
of the way. The PMC is a ‘Journey of Spiritual Discovery’
for our churches as the logo above says.