A Home for Faith: helping churches to partner with children, parents and families
Join us for a day conference exploring the ways in which churches and families can work together in the exciting and challenging task of faith formation in children.
This is ideally suited for chaplains, parents, children's ministry workers, children's ministry volunteers, and church leaders.
Keynote address - Generational Connections: growing disciples across all ages (Sue Bluett)
Sue Bluett has worked in children's and families ministry for more than a decade. She has worked with a number of church denominations, including Anglican and Baptist, and has worked interdenominationally with Scripture Union New Zealand. Sue works at St Mark's Anglican in Emerald, Victoria, where she is an ordained minister. She has worked in school chaplaincy and has lectured at Ridley Theological College in Melbourne, and holds qualifications in teaching, ministry and theology.
Her heart is to train and equip people to use the gifts that God has given to them so that many come to know Christ and grow to be mature in their faith.