Open day at CMS for future pioneer students Oct 2015

Do you see mission opportunities around you and know how to respond in a pioneering way? Or do you see those possibilities and not yet know how to respond – but feel a tug at your heart to do something new in mission? Do you want to study alongside people who share your passion for mission and your passion to get involved? Do you see opportunities where others just see people, or perhaps even where others just see problems?


If you can answer YES to any of those questions you really should be talking to us! Or better still coming in and meeting us at our open day on Tuesday 20 October here at CMS in Oxford.


Maybe you are a well-founded pioneer doing the thing God has called you to in your patch of the world and you have some friends, members of your worshipping community, colleagues or acquaintances who you think would really benefit from study at CMS? Perhaps they could benefit from spending some time alongside fellow pioneers? Or you know someone who is starting something, or struggling to get something missional going, or even dreaming about something pioneering? Do you have this friend who you just know would be dynamic in lot of places but needs the language and the skills to get their teeth into the things they are being called into?


If you can answer Yes to any of those questions, then your friend should be talking to us. Please give them a nudge. Pass on this blog post, link to the open day flyer on Facebook or Twitter or encourage friends to call us for a chat.


Our open days run three times a year, autumn, spring and summer, but why wait! It’s not too late to book on for Tuesday 20 October here at CMS from 10.30 to 2.30 with a free lunch. Yes, there really is such a thing as a free lunch!


Join us for the day but please do book on, email or call Helen for a chat on 01865 787439.  Open Day A4 Poster_FINAL 2015_print

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