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The London Mission Collective is a growing network of churches and Christian organisations working together to bring the message of Christ to London in authentic and compelling ways. The collective is being led by SJI and Sublime with the backing of the number of charities including Urban Saints and Scripture Union.

The Collective exists to:

  • resource the vision of local churches with both central training and support in situ to develop sustainable rhythms of mission in their locality. This will be based upon the SJI Rhythm of Mission.
  • co-ordinate prayer initiatives across the London boroughs.
  • capitalise on ‘big splash’ opportunities at key calendar moments (such as Pentecost and Live Up!).
  • act as a landing point for possible future initiatives (such as ‘More than Gold’).

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Events:

My Hope

22nd – 25th September
Various venues

We would like to invite you to a free event for Church leaders. We will pray and worship together, provide the latest My Hope with Billy Graham resources, show a preview of the new film and enjoy fellowship with a complimentary light meal. At each London event, Noel Robinson will lead worship.

North London
Tuesday 22nd September, 10:00 to 12:30
Suffolks Baptist Church, Carterhatch Lane, Enfield, EN1 4JY
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East London
Wednesday, 23rd September 2015, 10:00 – 12:30
Kingsley Hall, Parsloes Avenue, Dagenham, RM9 5NB
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West London
24th September 2015, 10:00 – 12:30
St Stephen’s Road, Ealing, W138HB, London
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Central London
25th September 2015, 10:00 – 12:30 London City Mission, Nasmith House, 175 Tower Bridge Road, SE12AH
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What would Jesus say to…

September – November
Various venues

A number of churches across the Capital are collaborating in a missional sermon series in the autumn that will explore what Jesus might say to a number of well known celebrities including Russell Brand, Alan Sugar, Katey Emin and Will.i.am

“2000 years ago, Jesus walked the earth speaking to a range of people. He spoke to the common people – the labourers, the prostitutes, the farmers and the tax men. But he also spoke to the celebrities of his day – the rich and the powerful, the political powerhouses, the military captains and the religious elite.

If Jesus was living in the UK, have you ever wondered what he might say to the celebrities in our culture?”

If you’re interested in hosting the sermon series at your church, check out www.whatwouldjesussayto.me


Live Up! Tour

October/ November

We are currently planning a range of outreach events for the Autumn. One of the opportunities on offer at this time is ‘The story we find ourselves in…’

JJohn at Emirates Launch

8 October 2015, 9.30am – 12 Noon
Emirates Stadium

For several years we have been praying and sensing that it is the season to ‘step up’ and provide venues and opportunities for large-scale proclamation evangelism. We have negotiated a provisional booking at the Emirates Football Stadium (the home of Arsenal Football Club) for Saturday 8 July 2017 to give churches and Christians the opportunity to bring their family, friends, neighbours and colleagues to hear the Good News of Jesus Christ and have an opportunity to commit their lives to Him.

JJohn would like to invite you to join us for a gathering of church leaders in the Dial Square Suite at the Emirates Football Stadium.


Rugby World Cup Outreach

October 10th
Blue Check, Wembley

Churches in Brent are hosting a special rugby world cup evangelistic event with food, the England match live and testimonies from rugby players.

More info coming shortly.

Coffee?

The London Mission Collecrive is a relational network. We would love to connect with groups of churches in London to explore mission opportunities together. If you would like to meet for coffee, then email naomi@sharejesusinternational.com and we’ll get something in the diary.

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