Monday 14th March: "How do we make our voices heard?" Fr Martin Newell will be on a Panel Discussion at Warwick University from 6pm to 8pm. as part of Warwick University's "Protest and Performance" week. For more information see: http://www2.warwick.ac.uk/fac/soc/law/research/centres/chrp/protest/performance/14marchAAlso, there is a link on the page to his interview with the online magazine Lacuna: http://www2.warwick.ac.uk/fac/soc/law/research/centres/chrp/protest/performance/14march
Thursday 7th April: An evening of Stories from the Sudan organised by CAFOD Birmingham, Rt Rev William Kenney will speak on his experience in the Sudan. From 7 to 8.30pm in the Margaret Roper Room, St Thomas More RC Church, 112 Knoll Drive, Coventry CV3 5DE. All are very welcome, please do join us. Light refreshments will be provided. For more information please contact Lizzie Wignall at CAFOD Birmingham by Email: firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 01922 722944.
Friday 15th April: Garth Hewitt in Concert
At 7:30pm in Springdale Methodist Church, Warstones Road, Wolverhampton, WV4 4LE. Founder and former director of the human rights charity the Amos Trust, Anglican priest and singer-songwriter, Garth Hewitt released his first album "The Lion and the Lamb" in 1973, and his latest "Something for the Soul" in August 2014. Garth has travelled widely to areas of poverty, conflict, deprivation and disaster, prioritizing friendships with local people and bringing them encouragement, always returning home with personal stories bringing to life media headlines. Under his direction the Amos Trust has developed strong links with projects in Nicaragua, South Africa and the Holy Land. In his books and music Garth challenges us to do justice and his concert entitled "Strange Weapons" will give us the inspiration to do so, I’m sure. Tickets: £7.50, Under 16's £5 available from 01902 330614, 01902 895585 or email@example.com. Information and poster or A5 flyers to distribute, please contact Brenda Shuttleworth on 01902 330002 or Email firstname.lastname@example.org
Friday 15th to Sunday 17th July: “Justice, Power and Responsibility: How Can Democracy Work for the Common Good?”
NJPN 38th Annual Conference organised in partnership with the NJPN Environment Group Ekklesia. With programmes for children and young people. At the Hayes Conference Centre, Swanwick, Derbyshire. Two Booking Forms available in Documents tab above:
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