Wednesday 6th May: Peace Vigil for asylum seekers and refugees at St Chad’s Cathedral.
Between 5.30pm and 8pm. Please join us at any time during the evening and stay for as long as you wish. The Cathedral offers a sacred space to bring before God our sorrow and our hope. We will remember those who have died on the journey to freedom and those who continue to suffer in their homelands. St. Chad’s Sanctuary ‘I was a stranger and you made me welcome.’
Friday 29th June: “Pope Francis reads the Bible”- the biblical basis of Christian Social Teaching.
A talk by Nicholas King SJ at 7.30 pm in St Michael’s Church, Stourport-on-Severn, DY13 9DT. Organised by Stourport Justice and Peace Group.
Nicholas King is a distinguished biblical scholar who has not only studied the bible extensively but also completed modern translations of both the Old and New Testaments. He is the only person who has translated the Bible on his own for over 70 years. The translation has been universally acclaimed and was presented to Bishop Libby Lane during her consecration as the first woman bishop in the Anglican Church. Who better to lead us in a consideration of the biblical basis of Christian Social Teaching? All are welcome. Further details from Derek Smith on 01299 403969.
If you need a lift to the meeting please contact Ginny Wagstaff on 01299 250883.
Postings from the Commission Administrator