the One project returns to Avondale for a focused one-day gathering exploring what it meant and what it means to follow Jesus.
Reflection sessions will revisit the story of Jesus and discover how His disciple-making shapes our life and mission as His disciples now. Recalibration sessions and a response session will help participants apply the messages to their lives by encouraging conversation through discussion and questions.
Speakers include Drs Peter Roennfeldt, Kayle de Waal, Lisa Clark Diller and Lindsay Morton with Prs Ray Moaga and Alina van Rensburg.
Avondale 1:1 is the only gathering of the One project in the South Pacific this year and seating is limited to the first 150 people who register.
It begins on Friday evening, August 11, with a free the One project-supported worship service.
Ella Hughes Chapel
Avondale College of Higher Education (Lake Macquarie campus)
Friday, August 11
7.28 (Avondale College of Higher Education’s Friday evening worship service)
7.30 pm, Avondale College Seventh-day Adventist Church
Featuring: Pr Alina van Rensburg, Tertiary and Young Adult Ministries Director, Seventh-day Adventist Church in southern Queensland. “[ekklésía]—the verb.” Free.
Saturday, August 12
the One Project Avondale 1:1
8.30 am-5 pm, Ella Hughes Chapel
Featuring: Drs Peter Roennfeldt, Kayle de Waal, Lisa Clark Diller and Lindsay Morton with Prs Ray Moaga and Alina van Rensburg. $70.
Tell Me Story
7-9 pm, Ella Hughes Chapel
Revisit the art of storytelling and of spoken word. Tell Me A Story is a celebration of stories. Stories told passionately, truthfully and convincingly. Expect humour and pathos. Expect to be entertained and challenged. $15.
Sunday, August 13
9 am-12 pm, Ella Hughes Chapel
How do followers of Jesus change the world? Consider how the call of Jesus can make a difference in your family, your community and our world. Continue the recalibration with presentations, conversations and prayer. Host: Nathan Brown, Book Editor, Signs Publishing. $15.