“Forge is for ordinary people with ordinary jobs and ordinary lives.”

Lorna, Forge trainee 2016

Forge aims to mobilise ordinary people to become missional and thrive in whatever context they are called to. This may be in pioneering new things, church planting, working in and through an already existing church, or serving in a local community, professional or relational network.

Would you like to take the next step in finding out what that calling is for you?

Or do you know someone who would?

The new South-West hub for Forge England and Wales, run in partnership with Seventy-two, has just completed the first cycle of training. Here are some thoughts from trainees during their last weekend together. Lorna, Kami, and Cath are all part of churches within WEBA.

Lorna’s story from Ruth Whiter on Vimeo.

Kami’s story from Ruth Whiter on Vimeo.

Cath’s story from Ruth Whiter on Vimeo.

If you’d like to find out more, please don’t hesitate to contact Alex in the WEBA office,  or one of our Regional Ministers.

The next course begins in Bristol  on the 3rd-5th February 2017, and places are available now.

There’s also more information at http://seventy-two.network/forge-england/.