Friday 20th November: Brushstrokes Interfaith Lunch
Near Neighbours in partnership with Brushstrokes would like to invite you to our interfaith lunch from 12noon to 2pm in Brushstrokes, St Philips Parish Centre, Watt Street (off Messenger Road), Smethwick, West Midlands B66 3DA.
Please telephone 0121 565 2234 to confirm attendance.
And: November & December Events in Peace Hub, a charity based in Birmingham city centre, which brings people together to take action on Peace & Justice. Together with a range faith groups in the city, they have helped to plan several multi-faith events in the run up to the Paris Climate Conference. People of all faiths or no particular faith welcome at all these activities and events. More info at www.peacehub.org.uk/climate
Throughout November & December: pop into Peace Hub to support the Lambeth Declaration, calling on leaders to make a meaningful agreement in Paris. Open every weekday 11am-2.30pm at 41 Bull Street, Birmingham, B4 6AF http://www.peacehub.org.uk/2015/11/05/tell-paris/
Saturday 21st November: Exhibits & Conversations - Different faith perspectives on a low carbon future. 2pm Bull St Quaker Meeting House, Birmingham, B4 6AF. http://www.peacehub.org.uk/2015/11/07/exibits-and-converstaions/
Saturday 28th November: Footsteps - Faiths for a Low Carbon Future
A multi-faith walk of witness & vigil to uphold those working for a low carbon future in Paris. 7pm St Martin in the Bullring, Edgbaston Street, Birmingham, B5 5BB. www.peacehub.org.uk/footsteps
Sunday 29th November: Coach to Climate Justice March (London)
A national demonstration at the opening of the Paris conference. We have a coach travelling from Carrs Lane, Birmingham, B4 7SX. www.peacehub.org.uk/climatemarch
Wednesday 16th December: Eileen Flannigan – Finding Hope Post Paris
Following Paris, get inspired for the future by this talk from environmental activist Eileen Flanagan about her new book “Renewable: One Woman's Search for Simplicity”. At 1:45pm in Bull St Quaker Meeting House, Birmingham, B4 6AF. www.peacehub.org.uk/eileen-flanagan/
With best wishes to you all as always,
Administrator, on behalf of the Birmingham Justice and Peace Commission