An opportunity to explore, talk to others and find out more about your vocation.
Tuesday 23 January
St George the Martyr, Borough High Street
For more information and to register email the Vocations Department
Britain's Broken Promise - Time for a New Approach
Tuesday 31 October
Methodist Central Hall, Westminster
Please join us at this unique event marking the centenary of the Balfour Declaration. In words, film and music, it will acknowledge Britain’s historic responsibilities in the Middle East. It will offer an opportunity to commit ourselves to support Palestinians and Israelis in building a peaceful future based on equal rights for all.
Baroness Helena Kennedy QC - Principal, Mansfield College, Oxford University;
Rt Hon Tom Brake MP
Richard Burden MP
Dr Philippa Whitford MP
Layla Moran MP
Sir Vincent Fean - former UK Consul-General, Jerusalem
Rabbi Danny Rich - Senior Rabbi, Liberal Judaism;
Rt Revd Christopher Chessun - Anglican Bishop of Southwark
Rt Revd Declan Lang - Roman Catholic Bishop of Clifton
Dr Imad Karam - award-winning film-maker.
Chai for All seven-piece band
Buy tickets through www.balfourproject.org - £12; £8 for over 60s; £5 for students, unemployed
These two traditions—the Anglican and the Pentecostal—have distinctive approaches to theology, to the church, to Christian living, and to engagement with the contemporary world.
The aim of these seminars is to explore what each can learn from and contribute to the other. In recent years there have been extensive contacts, both formal and informal, between them, and we believe that greater awareness and understanding of each other’s perspectives can enhance the life of each and strengthen the witness to the gospel in our increasingly secular age.
The second of our series of seminars will take place on Wednesday 25th October, on the topic:
Pneumatology and spiritual gifts
Three speakers will present varying approaches as a stimulus for discussion:
Roger Forster, Ichthus Christian Fellowship
Paul Perkin, St Mark’s, Battersea Rise
Erica Wooff, St Andrew & St Michael, Stockwell
Tea and coffee will be available from 4; the seminar begins at 4.30 and ends promptly at 6.
Attendance is free, but limited to facilitate maximum participation. To book a place, please write to firstname.lastname@example.org.