Divine Renovation Conferences in SA

For the first time ever, Alpha Africa, together with Catholic leaders in South Africa, hosted the Divine Renovation Conferences in August 2018 in the cities of Johannesburg, Durban and Cape Town. The events attracted about 1000 delegates across the three cities made up of 150 catholic clergy, including two archbishops, three bishops, and  over 800 lay leaders from across South Africa. There were also key representatives from diocese in Nigeria, Kenya, Uganda, Zambia, Namibia and Zimbabwe.

Key speaker and author of the Divine Renovations book, Rev. Fr James Mallon shared the importance of fostering a culture of mission in parishes and stressed the importance of Alpha as a tool for evangelisations and a tool in shifting the culture of a parish from a place of maintenance to a place of mission.

Fr James Mallon was joined by Fr James Mackay from the Parish of Our Lady of Walsingham, who also shared his experience of implementing the Divine Renovation model in his parish.

For the first time ever, Alpha Africa, together with Catholic leaders in South Africa, hosted the Divine Renovation Conferences in August 2018 in the cities of Johannesburg, Durban and Cape Town. The events attracted about 1000 delegates across the three cities made up of 150 catholic clergy, including two archbishops, three bishops, and  over 800 lay leaders from across South Africa. There were also key representatives from diocese in Nigeria, Kenya, Uganda, Zambia, Namibia and Zimbabwe.

Key speaker and author of the Divine Renovations book, Rev. Fr James Mallon shared the importance of fostering a culture of mission in parishes and stressed the importance of Alpha as a tool for evangelisations and a tool in shifting the culture of a parish from a place of maintenance to a place of mission.

Fr James Mallon was joined by Fr James Mackay from the Parish of Our Lady of Walsingham, who also shared his experience of implementing the Divine Renovation model in his parish.

Register

This conference is for both clergy and laity.  Come with your friends and colleagues / team(s) for encouragement and refreshment, as we look to move parishes across South Africa from maintenance to mission.

  • Note: Online registrations for the Cape Town conference are now closed. If you’re already registered the venue is still:Holy Redeemer Catholic Church Bergvliet Rd, Bergvliet, 7864

 

  • Johannesburg   13-14 August 2018
  • Durban    16 August 2018
  • Cape Town    18 August 2018

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