Ignite is where disciples are made and leaders are raised… It is a journey for men and women of all ages and backgrounds who have a passion to encounter the love of God, grow in their relationship with Him, and be equipped and empowered to impact their world with the good news of Jesus.
The Ignite course is a Pioneer Network initiative, and is run in various locations across the UK. The information below is for the course running locally to New Community Church.
Who it's for: Those who are college-age and above.
When: Monday evenings, 7-10pm. The 2017/2018 course starts on 18th September 2017.
Where: St Andrews Methodist Church, Blenheim Road, Eastleigh, SO50 5SD.
Cost: £350 for the year (concessions £250 per person for over 60s, full-time students, or couples attending together). The preference is for fees to be paid in full and in advance of the course starting where possible. Other payment options are also available if needed.
Course leaders: Allan and Lizzie Cox, and Kate Cambridge.
For more information: Visit Facebook.com/IgnitePioneer or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Here are the full details for this year's Ignite course:
Ignite is built on 3 pillars:
- Who is GOD?
- Who am I?
- What am I called to?
The curriculum consists of six modules, as follows:
- The story of God
- The nature of God
- Identity and calling
- The life of a disciple
- Impacting your world
- Rewriting the story
The course also contains the following features:
- Ministry opportunities: Students will be encouraged to put what they have learned into practice during the Monday evening course sessions, and there will also be various ministry, mission and outreach opportunities made available to those who want to develop and grow even further.
- Groups: Each student will be put into a group to strengthen the learning experience and personal development. Where possible, each group will have a mix of ages, gender and experience and will meet each week within the training time on a Monday night.
Conferences: Students will be invited to attend the Pioneer Conference at Central Hall on 3rd-4th March 2018, and will also have the opportunity to attend a mini-conference at St Andrews Methodist Church, Eastleigh, on 15th-16th June 2018.