The remarkable success of the churches in New York has been a phenomenon. A key influence has been the leadership and approach of Timothy Keller. This conference will explore his approach to doing church in the city, for the sake of a city.
Andrew Katay and Gunna Ramen head City to City Networks that are part of Timothy Keller’s global networks. It will be a great experience learning from two gifted practitioners.
Hosted by All Saints Palmerston North & the Wellington Anglican Diocese
Guna serves as the CEO of City to City Asia Pacific. He is a Singaporean of Indian descent. He planted and pastored Agape Baptist Church in Singapore for 29 years. before transiting in September 2018 to take on the role of CEO of CTC AP which currently overseas church planting in 14 countries and 24 cities in Asia-Pacific. CTC AP has a vision to plant 400 new churches in the cities of Asia Pacific over the next three years. Guna is married to Christina and they have two married children. They reside in Singapore.
Andrew serves as the CEO of City to City Australia, a church planting and leadership development organisation that has developed worldwide out of Tim Keller’s ministry in New York City. City to City Australia operates in 6 Australian cities, and has a vision to see 80 churches planted over the next 3 years, and is also deeply invested in developing leaders of established churches. As well, he is the Senior Minister of Christ Church Inner West, a multi-site Anglican church in Sydney’s Inner West. Andrew is married to Catriona, and they have 3 adult children, and so are delighting in the process of downsizing.
Nigel Dixon is the vicar of All Saints in Palmerston North as well as running a training/coaching business called Vox Humana. He published the book “Villages without walls” which explores how we build true community in cultures of fluidity. Nigel is married to Carolyn and they have 4 adult children and a grandchild called Jake.
$110.00 after 30 April
Phone (06) 358 2203
Start 16 May 2019 9:30 am
End 17 May 2019 3:30 pm