Join us on 17 November for the Sydney Planting Conference.

In the last 10 years Geneva Push has, by God’s grace, partnered with over 100 church plants across Australia. However, we are now looking back to see what are the learnings from the last 10 years, the mistakes we want to avoid going forward and the successes we want to repeat.

On November 17 we’re going to be spending time considering, discussing and praying about what it looks like to build a church planting church, to raise up the next generation of church planters, and to start the journey towards church planting ourselves, all with the new insights that the last 10 years have brought.

If you lead a church and are grappling with how to reach the lost, trying to work out how to move towards being a church planting church, or you’re dipping your toe into the idea of planting yourself, join us as we consider these important areas, and to plan and pray for how we can reach NSW and beyond for the Gospel into the future.

Morning tea and Lunch is included.

Who should come along?

If you’ve thought about, or are thinking about planting – even in the distant future – OR if you’re leading a church and want to explore different models for planting and multiplication, and the kind of leader you’ll need to be and look out for to do this well.

Where and When?

17 November 2020

9:30am – 1:30pm

 (including lunch)

Scots Church Sydney:
44 Margaret Street
Sydney NSW 2000

What's in the program?

  • Kick off at 9:30am with Dave Jensen opening God’s
  • Explore the learnings of the Geneva Push network over the last 10 years;
  • Hear from experienced Planters & Key Leaders in long form interviews;
  • Spend time praying for the Gospel in NSW & across Australia;
  • Morning Tea and lunch will provided.

Main bible talk: Dave Jensen

Dave Jensen will be speaking on Mission in a post-Christian world. 

Dave works at EV Church on the Central Coast. Prior to that he worked in Mission and Evangelism at MBM Rooty Hill, and Church planting and evangelism at All Saints’ Church Belfast, Northern Ireland.