Listen before you jump! Says FXCA team leader

Posted by on Feb 15, 2012 in Latest News | No Comments

In an interview with Stuart Mann published on the Anglican Diocese of Toronto website, Fresh Expressions Canada team leader Nick Brotherwood says, “Many people who want to start fresh expressions of church are keen to roll up their sleeves and get working on plans and strategies. But one of the best things they can do before all that is to listen.”

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Nick Brotherwood is Team Leader for Fresh Expressions Canada, working under the umbrella of the Institute of Evangelism. He is also pastor of St. Stephen's Church, Westmount, QC. In 2003, he and his wife Sue led a team which planted a new church—Emerge—focusing on 18-25 year olds in downtown Montreal. Nick and Sue have six children and six grandchildren at the last count. Nick has a long-term commitment to congregational health and evangelism, wide experience of the church and its ministries, and a passion for seeing fresh expressions of church spring up throughout Canada.

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