The Big Conversation is about churches working in partnership with one another and with other agencies, such as local councils, statutory, private and voluntary agencies for the betterment and well-being of their residents and communities.
It recognises the particular gifts and focus each partner brings to the table and works collaboratively to achieve this. The movement begins through a series of conversations in each of the relevant spheres of community life, seeking not only to know the problems and issues, but seeking solutions which emerge into joint actions.
The aim of the Movement Day Big Conversation is to see individuals and churches spiritually transformed, and the spheres within which each lives and works equally transformed.
The Big Conversation is part of the Movement Day process, a global phenomenon, led by christian churches who have passion to see the places where they are situated and in which they are ministering, transformed both spiritually and socially.