Winchester

Journey of Generosity

The National Stewardship & Resources team having been working with Generosity Path to offer church members across the Church of England an experience that Christians the world over have found to be incredibly helpful. A ‘Journey of Generosity’ is a day-long retreat (typically 10am to 4pm). It offers the chance to take some time out in the company of fellow Christians in a comfortable setting to… explore God’s Word, watch stories of other inspirational givers, enjoy a meal together, and ask God’s Spirit to show us how to use the money that He’s entrusted to us.

A conversation with new friends…

Our Diocesan Stewardship Adviser, Revd Gordon Randall has been trained to facilitate a Journey of Generosity. His role is to encourage discussion and help participants discern God’s leading on their lives particularly in the area of financial generosity. This short retreat gives participants some space to listen, time to learn together, an opportunity to think faithfully and biblically about generosity and discover more about living ‘the life that is truly life’ (1 Tim 6:19).

A safe environment…

Most people who want to talk about money are after something: your money. At these gatherings you will never be asked for money, nor forced to share anything about your money that you don’t want to. The video below ends by saying “We want something for you, not something from you”, and that’s absolutely true. Have a look at the video, and if you’d like to attend or host a Journey of Generosity, get in touch with Gordon at: gordon.randall@winchester.anglican.org or phone Gordon on 10962 737323.

Watch Gordon Randall discuss a Journey of Generosity (3 mins) https://drive.google.com/file/d/15Ji09MUa-tLHt30quG43my4A01rh6Ia4/view?usp=sharing