Living Mission Interculturally
14 May 2019 10:15 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.

Living Mission Interculturally

The British and Irish Association for Practical Theology; Mission Studies Special Interest Group; In Association with The Queen’s Foundation for Ecumenical Theological Education


Keynote Speaker: Anthony Gittins, CSSp

If mission is crossing boundaries then we need to take account of the turn to the intercultural in thinking about mission. We are privileged to have with us Anthony Gittins, author of a book of the same title as our conference (Liturgical Press, 2015). He is insistent we move from mono-cultural approaches to mission through the multicultural to the intercultural – especially when forming and re-forming Christian community around God’s mission today. Anthony is the Emeritus Professor of Theology and Culture at the Catholic Theological Union, Chicago, USA.

Our respondent for the day is Sharon Prentis who is the Intercultural Mission Enabler for the Anglican Diocese of Birmingham, UK.

Call for papers on the conference theme: In the afternoon of our time together there will be an opportunity for delegates to share their own practice or research in the subject area of the day. Short proposals should be sent to Nigel Rooms, Convenor of the BIAPT Mission Studies SIG at by 8th March 2019 (decision on acceptance by 15.3.19).

The cost of the day is £40 which will include refreshments at the start and end of the day and a hot lunch. There is an opportunity for a few delegates to stay overnight at the Queen’s Foundation before or after the conference. Please contact for a price and booking.

It is essential to book your place on the day as there limited numbers. To do so please send an email to Dede Tyndall, and you will receive a booking form and payment instructions. 

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