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We share the love of Jesus by caring for people, creating faith pathways, building healthy communities, and working for justice.
Date: Friday 30th November, 2018
Time: 9am-4:30pm (Registrations open 8am)
Location: The morning plenary session will commence in the Melbourne Room. See program schedule for workshop room allocations closer to the event.
Caring for People; Creating Faith Pathways; Building Healthy Communities; Working for Justice – you’ve heard about the new Mission Intentions, but what do they actually mean?
Come along to the Mission Intentions Workshops to hear a diverse range of practitioners, experts, theologians and policy-makers explore what these look like in the day-to-day life of Salvos.
Workshops will provide high-quality teaching relevant to the various areas of expertise across the organisation, engage in a range of styles and provide opportunities for open dialogue and mutual transformation.
This event is open to all individuals engaged with The Salvation Army’s mission. Employees, soldiers, adherents, congregational attendees, volunteers and officers are all invited to learn more about engaging in the mission of The Salvation Army in Australia.
Registration includes morning plenary and full day workshops across a variety of workshops (see program schedule). The morning plenary will be in The Melbourne Room, check program closer to the event day for workshop room allocations.
Registration open from 8am. Please ensure you’ve checked in and are seated prior to the first plenary session commencing at 9am.
See program for workshops. Workshop A, B, C, and D are available to all and included in your ticket, prior selection of sessions is not required except for ‘Faith Based Facilitation’ sessions. Faith Based Facilitation sessions have strictly limited capacity and prior reservation is required. Registrations for Faith Based Facilitation workshops are now closed.
Delegates are free to move across the workshops to find the session that best suits their professional development needs.
Children 17 and under are welcome to attend with youth group leader/ parent/ guardian/care giver. Duty of care for Children aged 17 and under will not be taken by Still Others. It is the responsibility of the caregiver to maintain Duty of care for Children aged 17 and under at all times. Please note some workshop sessions contains content not appropriate for children (see schedule and workshop session program for detail closer to the event day).
Catering is not provided, the MCEC has many food and beverage vendors onsite or nearby.
Group bookings are permitted; ticket booker is required to provide detail of each ticket holder during registration.
All registrants must check-in on arrival at the registration desk located outside the Melbourne Room (TBC).
If you would like to book your tickets over the phone or require assistance, please contact the ticket provider (Eventfinda) support and sales team on 1800 710 499. Please note that there is an additional fee when purchasing over the phone. The support and sales team are available from 8am-6pm AEST. An additional fee of $8 per transaction is applied when booking tickets over the phone.
Find out more about accessibility at the MCEC.