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About Forge Scotland
Forge Scotland exists to help nurture and resource the missional church in Scotland
In order to do this, Forge Scotland cultivates missional community across the country by identifying, developing, and nurturing missional leaders. Forge does not plant churches or run ministries, but instead trains missionaries to thrive in whatever context they are called to, be that a local church, a neighbourhood, a professional network, etc. Through regional hubs, the Pioneer training programme, Future Travellers, and other missional training and networking events, Forge is encouraging the church into investing their lives for missional movement.
A Missionary Training Network
While Forge doesn’t plant churches, we do champion and connect missional pioneers. Forge is unique in that it allies innovative church plants, mission ventures, theological college, and a number of major evangelical denominations and agencies. The Forge network is led by active missional practitioners who are able to offer significant experiential training in pioneering contexts.
A year-long spare time training programme for those leading or starting new missional expressions.Find Out More
Forge journey with existing Churches as they see to transition to a more incarnational/missional way of being.Find Out More
Pioneer Europe Course
Our Pioneer course elsewhere in EuropeFind Out More.
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4 Lessons learned from personal experience of transition (Part 3), and an invitation to join our Future Travellers Taster day