From 1pm – 4pm.in SS John & Martin Catholic Church Hall, George St, Balsall Heath, Birmingham B12 9RG. “The Holy Spirit guided us” - come and hear Sister Megan Rice speak about how, along with two other Christian peace activists, she caused "The biggest security breach in the history of the [USA’s] atomic complex" (The New York Times), shut down a nuclear weapons plant for two weeks, and what it was like to spend two years in prison as a result. Sr Megan Rice is coming to Birmingham on January 23rd 2016 as part of a European Speaking Tour. Event Organised by Birmingham Catholic Worker and Pax Christi.
Contact: Martin Newell on Email email@example.com , mobile 07985 738 464, home tel: 0121 772 7933, web www.passionists-uk.org Tweet JesuXPIPassio. Martin Newell, Austin Smith House, 96 Ivor Road, Sparkhill, Birmingham B11 4NX.
Sunday 24th January: Homeless Sunday. Already widely publicised; for information about resources available from Housing Justice contact Emma Neill: tel. 07584426841 or firstname.lastname@example.org and www.housingjustice.org.uk
Thursday 28th January: Birmingham Christian Homelessness Forum From 10.30am to 12noon at the Betel City Centre Church, 122–138 Sherlock Street, Birmingham, B5 6NB. Some free parking is available outside the church. We hope to have Seth Pinnock, Cinnamon Networks West Midlands regional champion, to tell us more about how the Cinnamon Network support churches to work with people on the margins, and Revd. Colin Marsh (Birmingham Churches together) to discuss the possibility of a Standing in the Gaps/ BCHF event. Details at website http://standinginthegaps.org.uk/
Friday 5th February: “Ending Migrant Destitution” series: Birmingham
This year, we have all become acutely aware of the needs of refugees seeking sanctuary in countries across Europe. However, there is less known about people already in the UK, living within many of our neighbourhoods and in desperate need of help because they have not had access to the right advice and support in the past.
Homeless Link invite you to a crucial round table event for organisations based in the West Midlands, delivered in partnership with the Joseph Rowntree Foundation (JRF), bringing together the homeless services, migrant organisations and housing associations.
Organised by the Strategic Alliance on Migrant Destitution, this free event is part of the Ending Migrant Destitution series and will focus on practical solutions to end the destitution of non-EU migrants with no recourse to public funds. Further details at http://www.homeless.org.uk/events/regional/migration-birmingham
NB. This is a free event by invitation only and spaces are limited so please contact email@example.com to register.