CoPs - A new initiative...

We are excited to announce a new initiative that aims to connect the alumni of All Nations and Redcliffe, learn from one another, and strengthen our ministries. We want to do this by providing a space for alumni working in particular fields of ministry to gather, connect, and learn from one another with the aim of developing our practice as we participate together in God’s mission. The initiative is focused on Communities of Practice (CoPs) which are:

Groups of people who share a concern or passion for something they do and learn how to do it better as they interact regularly (Wenger-Trayner).  


Ministry areas

Initially we will be launching four CoPs that will connect people working in the following ministry areas:  

  1. Member Care and Staff Wellbeing - This group is for those involved in the provision of care for cross-cultural workers, either on the field or as part of a sending organisation. 
  2. Arts and Mission - This group is for practitioners focused in the area of the arts and mission, and may be of interest to those working in the following areas: Arts in the church; Arts in the community; Arts in theological education. 
  3. Intercultural Church Leadership - This group is for those involved in leadership in churches with people from multiple cultures.   
  4. Vulnerable Children - This group is for those working with or on behalf of vulnerable children or young people (also known as children-at-risk).   

We hope to add more groups in the coming months. 


Get involved!

If you are a part of the alumni family of either All Nations or Redcliffe (or both!) and are involved in one of these ministry areas, you can still join one of these communities.

All you need to do is fill in the registration form (below), and we will send you a link to the relevant CoP zoom call you want to join near to the time.

Please note: we are limiting the number of participants in each group to 20 to begin with, so make sure you sign up early!  


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