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Ministry in the Countryside

Paperback|May 2003
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In 1990 Faith in the Countryside, the report of the Archbishop's Commission on Rural Areas (Acora) was launched at Lambeth Palace. It was widely accepted as a good document, and a worthy companion to Faith in the City. But while...


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In 1990 Faith in the Countryside, the report of the Archbishop's Commission on Rural Areas (Acora) was launched at Lambeth Palace. It was widely accepted as a good document, and a worthy companion to Faith in the City. But while it seemed to put the rural Church on the agenda, it failed to come up with acceptable ministerial solutions.;Andrew Bowden's book offers a model for future rural ministry, which is practical, positive and a much-needed follow-up to the Commission's report. He recognises that although rural dioceses have taken new initiatives, rural clergy and congregations need an overall vision and a practical strategy. This handbook is now reissued with an expanded text to take into account the developments which have occurred since the original edition was published.
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Andrew Bowden is Local Ministry Officer in the Diocese of Gloucester and is Rector of the Watershed parishes.
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Andrew Bowden recognises that although new initiatives have been taken by rural dioceses, rural clergy and congregations need an overall vision and a practical strategy.
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Andrew Bowden

Bowden is area local ministry officer, Diocese of Gloucester.

  • The Rural Commission - The Vision - Testing The Vision - Models Of Ministry - Stipendiary And Non-stipendiary - The Ecumenical Dimension - Mission And Evangelism.