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Music / Arts

The Telling - Vision: the imagined testimony of medieval abbess Hildegard of Bingen

21 March 2019

St. Paul's, 55b Chapel Rd, Worthing BN11 1EE

Music / Arts

The Telling - Vision: the imagined testimony of medieval abbess Hildegard of Bingen

21 March 2019

St. Paul's, 55b Chapel Rd, Worthing BN11 1EE

A magical evening of candlelight, atmosphere and song on European Early Music Day

Blurring the boundaries of drama/concert, Vision explores the extraordinary life of the visionary medieval abbess Hildegard of Bingen, alongside her haunting and distinctive chant. Vision aims to give an insight into the painful and visceral visionary experiences Hildegard suffered throughout her life. It is “an imagined testimony” as Hildegard, read by actress Teresa Banham, lies on her deathbed, revisiting and re-experiencing meaningful episodes from her past.

Performed by The Telling:

Clare Norburn & Ariane Prüssner voices

Leah Stuttard harp

with Teresa Banham as Hildegard

Organisers
The Telling
Website
https://www.seetickets.com/event/-vision-the-testimony-of-hildegard-of-bingen/st-paul-s-worthing/130
Email
clare@thetelling.co.uk

This event is wheelchair accessible This event is wheelchair accessible

Music / Arts

The Telling - Vision: the imagined testimony of medieval abbess Hildegard of Bingen

21 March 2019

St. Paul's, 55b Chapel Rd, Worthing BN11 1EE

Music / Arts

The Telling - Vision: the imagined testimony of medieval abbess Hildegard of Bingen

21 March 2019

St. Paul's, 55b Chapel Rd, Worthing BN11 1EE

Blurring the boundaries of drama/concert, Vision explores the extraordinary life of the visionary medieval abbess Hildegard of Bingen, alongside her haunting and distinctive chant. Vision aims to give an insight into the painful and visceral visionary experiences Hildegard suffered throughout her life. It is “an imagined testimony” as Hildegard, read by actress Teresa Banham, lies on her deathbed, revisiting and re-experiencing meaningful episodes from her past.

Performed by The Telling:

Clare Norburn & Ariane Prüssner voices

Leah Stuttard harp

with Teresa Banham as Hildegard

Organisers
The Telling
Website
https://www.seetickets.com/event/-vision-the-testimony-of-hildegard-of-bingen/st-paul-s-worthing/130
Email
clare@thetelling.co.uk

This event is wheelchair accessible This event is wheelchair accessible

Holidays / Camps / Bible Weeks

Ladies Conference (Long)

22 - 26 March 2019

Capernwray Hall, Capernwray, Carnforth LA6 1AG

Holidays / Camps / Bible Weeks

Ladies Conference (Long)

22 - 26 March 2019

Capernwray Hall, Capernwray, Carnforth LA6 1AG

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Come and relax in a beautiful setting with others who appreciate time to worship and learn together. Ladies Weekend is a fantastic opportunity to get away from it all and spend some quality time with God and other like minded people. The Bible teaching is always fresh and challenging, and is sure to have a guaranteed impact upon your life. Outside of the worship times there is something for everyone whether you want to spend some quiet time on your own, grab a coffee and chat away with friends or simply get involved with the many activities we have planned. The weekend is fully catered so you don’t have to worry about making the meals or doing the dishes afterwards. You can just sit back, relax and enjoy your time with us.

Organisers
Capernwray
Website
https://capernwray.org/events/ladies-weekend-long/
Email
holidays@capernwray.org.uk
Phone
01524 733908

This event is wheelchair accessible This event is wheelchair accessible

Conferences

Praying for Revival Day & Weekend Conference

22 - 24 March 2019

High Leigh Conference Centre

Conferences

Praying for Revival Day & Weekend Conference

22 - 24 March 2019

High Leigh Conference Centre

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This is an invitation for you and your friends to join us for a Day or Weekend ‘Praying for Revival’. It will also be an opportunity to relax and to meet with other attendees. We will be looking at past revivals with relevant scriptures, videos and praying.

Organisers
Mission in Hounslow Trust
Email
office@hounslowmission.org.uk
Phone
020 8744 5005

This event is wheelchair accessible This event is wheelchair accessible

Music / Arts

The Telling - Vision: the imagined testimony of medieval abbess Hildegard of Bingen

22 March 2019

Lympstone Parish Church, 1 Church Rd, Lympstone, Exmouth EX8 5JU

Music / Arts

The Telling - Vision: the imagined testimony of medieval abbess Hildegard of Bingen

22 March 2019

Lympstone Parish Church, 1 Church Rd, Lympstone, Exmouth EX8 5JU

Blurring the boundaries of drama/concert, Vision explores the extraordinary life of the visionary medieval abbess Hildegard of Bingen, alongside her haunting and distinctive chant. Vision aims to give an insight into the painful and visceral visionary experiences Hildegard suffered throughout her life. It is “an imagined testimony” as Hildegard, read by actress Teresa Banham, lies on her deathbed, revisiting and re-experiencing meaningful episodes from her past.

Performed by The Telling:

Clare Norburn & Ariane Prüssner voices

Leah Stuttard harp

with Teresa Banham as Hildegard

Organisers
The Telling & Lympstone Entertainments
Website
https://lympstone-entertainments.net/lympstone-entertainments-events/
Email
clare@thetelling.co.uk

This event is wheelchair accessible This event is wheelchair accessible

Music / Arts

The Telling - Vision: the imagined testimony of medieval abbess Hildegard of Bingen

22 March 2019

Lympstone Parish Church, 1 Church Rd, Lympstone, Exmouth EX8 5JU

Music / Arts

The Telling - Vision: the imagined testimony of medieval abbess Hildegard of Bingen

22 March 2019

Lympstone Parish Church, 1 Church Rd, Lympstone, Exmouth EX8 5JU

Blurring the boundaries of drama/concert, Vision explores the extraordinary life of the visionary medieval abbess Hildegard of Bingen, alongside her haunting and distinctive chant. Vision aims to give an insight into the painful and visceral visionary experiences Hildegard suffered throughout her life. It is “an imagined testimony” as Hildegard, read by actress Teresa Banham, lies on her deathbed, revisiting and re-experiencing meaningful episodes from her past.

Organisers
The Telling & Lympstone Entertainments
Website
https://lympstone-entertainments.net/lympstone-entertainments-events/
Email
clare@thetelling.co.uk

This event is wheelchair accessible This event is wheelchair accessible

Music / Arts

Cumbria Rural Choirs In Concert

23 March 2019

Carlisle Cathedral

Music / Arts

Cumbria Rural Choirs In Concert

23 March 2019

Carlisle Cathedral

Cumbria Rural Choirs present Haydn’s The Last Seven Words of Christ and Mozart’s Requiem, at Carlisle Cathedral.

Cumbria Rural Choirs is one of the largest amateur choirs in the county comprising of singers of all ages from around Cumbria. This special concert is performed with the British Sinfonietta, conducted by John Butt and features soloists Susanna Fairbairn (soprano), Katie Bray (alto), Paul Smy (tenor) and Andrew Slater (bass).

Tickets: £15 Under 16s: £5

Tickets are available from Eden Gallery in Penrith, Bookends in Carlisle or contact 01768 894404 / mr4cnr@gmail.com

Organisers
Cumbria Rural Choirs
Website
http://www.carlislecathedral.org.uk
Email
mr4cnr@gmail.com
Phone
01768894404

This event is wheelchair accessible This event is wheelchair accessible

Music / Arts

The Telling - Vision: the imagined testimony of medieval abbess Hildegard of Bingen

23 March 2019

Church of Saint Mary, 9 High St, Totnes TQ9 5NN

Music / Arts

The Telling - Vision: the imagined testimony of medieval abbess Hildegard of Bingen

23 March 2019

Church of Saint Mary, 9 High St, Totnes TQ9 5NN

Blurring the boundaries of drama/concert, Vision explores the extraordinary life of the visionary medieval abbess Hildegard of Bingen, alongside her haunting and distinctive chant. Vision aims to give an insight into the painful and visceral visionary experiences Hildegard suffered throughout her life. It is “an imagined testimony” as Hildegard, read by actress Teresa Banham, lies on her deathbed, revisiting and re-experiencing meaningful episodes from her past.

Performed by The Telling:

Clare Norburn & Ariane Prüssner voices

Leah Stuttard harp

with Teresa Banham as Hildegard

Organisers
The Telling & Totnes Early Music Society
Website
https://www.dartington.org/event/vision-the-imagined-testimony-of-hildegard-von-bingen/
Email
clare@thetelling.co.uk

This event is wheelchair accessible This event is wheelchair accessible

Music / Arts

The Telling - Vision: the imagined testimony of medieval abbess Hildegard of Bingen

23 March 2019

Church of Saint Mary, 9 High St, Totnes TQ9 5NN

Music / Arts

The Telling - Vision: the imagined testimony of medieval abbess Hildegard of Bingen

23 March 2019

Church of Saint Mary, 9 High St, Totnes TQ9 5NN

Blurring the boundaries of drama/concert, Vision explores the extraordinary life of the visionary medieval abbess Hildegard of Bingen, alongside her haunting and distinctive chant. Vision aims to give an insight into the painful and visceral visionary experiences Hildegard suffered throughout her life. It is “an imagined testimony” as Hildegard, read by actress Teresa Banham, lies on her deathbed, revisiting and re-experiencing meaningful episodes from her past.

Performed by The Telling:

Clare Norburn & Ariane Prüssner voices

Leah Stuttard harp

with Teresa Banham as Hildegard

Organisers
The Telling & Totnes Early Music Society
Website
https://www.dartington.org/event/vision-the-imagined-testimony-of-hildegard-von-bingen/
Email
clare@thetelling.co.uk

This event is wheelchair accessible This event is wheelchair accessible

Conferences

Jesus Christ: The Unanswered Questions

27 March 2019

St Paul's Cathedral

Conferences

Jesus Christ: The Unanswered Questions

27 March 2019

St Paul's Cathedral

Who do you say I am? Jesus asked his disciples this question and for 2,000 years Christians have wrestled with this, the defining question of our faith. Jesus led a completely familiar and recognisable life, but also one that was utterly radical and unrecognisable: a unique divine moment in the history of our world.

How on earth can we speak about this, the great mystery at the heart of Christianity?

Rowan Williams says that how we understand Jesus Christ is central to how we understand everything: creation, our faith, our world and ourselves. He says that if we grasp the mysterious reality that Christ is the heart of creation itself, not just an extraordinary human life, it will open a deeply affirmative approach to creation, and offer radical, transformative insights into ethics and politics. He says it will do nothing less than make a new place for us to live - in hope, imagination and action.

Dr Rowan Williams is the Master of Magdalene College Cambridge and was formerly Archbishop of Canterbury. A poet, theologian and author, his numerous academic and popular books include Christ: The Heart of Creation (Bloomsbury 2018) and God With Us: The Meaning Of The Cross And Resurrection - Then And Now (SPCK 2017).

The evening will be chaired by Sarah Mullally, Bishop of London, and include plenty of time for questions and answers.

BSL interpretation will be provided at this event: please let us know if you require seats in the area reserved for this.

Organisers
St Paul's Cathedral
Website
https://www.stpauls.co.uk/jesuschrist
Email
adultlearning@stpaulscathedral.org.uk
Phone
02072468337

This event is wheelchair accessible This event is wheelchair accessible

Holidays / Camps / Bible Weeks

Ladies Conference (Short)

29 - 31 March 2019

Capernwray Hall, Capernwray, Carnforth LA6 1AG

Holidays / Camps / Bible Weeks

Ladies Conference (Short)

29 - 31 March 2019

Capernwray Hall, Capernwray, Carnforth LA6 1AG

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Come and relax in a beautiful setting with others who appreciate time to worship and learn together. Ladies Weekend is a fantastic opportunity to get away from it all and spend some quality time with God and other like minded people. The Bible teaching is always fresh and challenging, and is sure to have a guaranteed impact upon your life. Outside of the worship times there is something for everyone whether you want to spend some quiet time on your own, grab a coffee and chat away with friends or simply get involved with the many activities we have planned. The weekend is fully catered so you don’t have to worry about making the meals or doing the dishes afterwards. You can just sit back, relax and enjoy your time with us.

Organisers
Capernwray
Website
https://capernwray.org/events/ladies-weekend-short/
Email
holidays@capernwray.org.uk
Phone
01524 733908

This event is wheelchair accessible This event is wheelchair accessible

Celebrations / Worship / Prayer

CVM Big 30 Day of Prayer

30 March 2019

St Thomas’ Church Brampton, Chatsworth Road, Chesterfield S40 3AW

Celebrations / Worship / Prayer

CVM Big 30 Day of Prayer

30 March 2019

St Thomas’ Church Brampton, Chatsworth Road, Chesterfield S40 3AW

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Saturday 30 March (& Sunday 31 March - Mother’s Day) The CVM National Day of Prayer will be held at St Thomas’ Church Brampton in Chesterfield and we’re asking for as many of you as possible around the country, to stand with us in prayer and thanksgiving, that Saturday. You can join us in person at St Thomas’ or remotely in your part of the world. We are also asking if your church/men’s group will spend some time in prayer for CVM on the Sunday (31 March), Mother’s Day!!
https://cvm.org.uk/events/events_detail.php?eventsID=1832#topofmap

Organisers
Christian Vision for Men (CVM)
Website
https://cvm.org.uk
Email
Admin@cvm.org.uk
Phone
01246 452483

This event is wheelchair accessible This event is wheelchair accessible

[General]

Imagining Peace

30 March 2019

Royal Foundation of St Katharine, 2 Butcher Row, London E14 8DS

[General]

Imagining Peace

30 March 2019

Royal Foundation of St Katharine, 2 Butcher Row, London E14 8DS

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Autumn 2018 is the centenary of the end of the 1914-18 war - ‘the war to end all wars’. Since then, there has not been a single day when the world has been at peace. Why is peace so hard, and conflict so universal?

Jesus says that blessed – happy – are the peacemakers. But he doesn’t say it’s easy. In this reflective day, we will look at peace and conflict within ourselves, in our communities and in politics. We will explore the obstacles and opportunities for transformation through Bible stories, our own experiences, and the stories we tell about ourselves and others, including Pádraig Ó Tuama’s experiences of peacemaking and conflict resolution in Northern Ireland.

Pádraig Ó Tuama is a poet and theologian based in Belfast. He teaches on religion, storytelling and conflict resolution, and is the leader of the Corrymeela Community, the longest-established ecumenical peace and reconciliation community in Northern Ireland. His books include In the Shelter: Finding a Home in the World (Hodder 2015) and Daily Prayer with the Corrymeela Community (Canterbury Press 2017).

We are very grateful to our partners at St Katharine’s for their generosity in co-hosting our reflective days.

£45 per reflective day. Bursaries are available for those for whom the charge would make it difficult to attend: please contact us for details.

Organisers
St Paul's Cathedral
Website
https://www.stpauls.co.uk/learning-faith/adult-learning/reflective-days
Email
adultlearning@stpaulscathedral.org.uk
Phone
020 7246 8337

This event is wheelchair accessible This event is wheelchair accessible

Celebrations / Worship / Prayer

The Big 30 Day of Prayer

30 March 2019

St Thomas’ Brampton, Chatsworth Road, Chesterfield, S40 3AW

Celebrations / Worship / Prayer

The Big 30 Day of Prayer

30 March 2019

St Thomas’ Brampton, Chatsworth Road, Chesterfield, S40 3AW

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On Saturday 30 March we’re holding a 30th anniversary prayer day and event.

As part of the Big 30 celebrations, we’re holding a CVM National Day of Prayer on Saturday 30 March, at St Thomas’ Church Brampton in Chesterfield and we’re asking for as many of you as possible around the country, to stand with us in prayer and thanksgiving, that day and along with your church on the Sunday (31 March), Mother’s Day!!

Anyone is most welcome to join us in person on the Saturday (10am - 2.30pm) at St Thomas’ Church Brampton, which includes lunch. CVM’s Nathan Blackaby (CEO) and Carl Beech (President) will host/speak with worship led by Mark Tate.

Lunch will be provided by the team at St Thomas’.

This event, is open to men and women and will be a great time of worship to Jesus as we pause and reflect on CVM’s years to date and a look forward to the future. Places are limited and booking is required for catering purposes, if you’re coming to St Thomas’.

So, don’t hang around!

Cost: £5 (includes lunch, tea & coffee)

Organisers
CVM
Website
https://cvm.org.uk/events/events_detail.php?eventsID=1832
Email
admin@cvm.org.uk
Phone
01246452483

This event is wheelchair accessible This event is wheelchair accessible

Holidays / Camps / Bible Weeks

Connect (11-13's)

06 - 10 April 2019

Capernwray Hall, Capernwray, Carnforth LA6 1AG

Holidays / Camps / Bible Weeks

Connect (11-13's)

06 - 10 April 2019

Capernwray Hall, Capernwray, Carnforth LA6 1AG

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During their time with us our 11-13 year old guests enjoy the freedom of our facilities and get to know more of the spiritual freedom that comes from knowing our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ. The Bible teaching is fun, relevant and interesting with time to ask questions and discuss things with our friendly leaders. The holiday is fully accommodated including all meals and a varied programme of activities and challenges.

Organisers
Capernwray
Website
https://capernwray.org/events/connect/
Email
holidays@capernwray.org.uk
Phone
01524 733908

This event is wheelchair accessible This event is wheelchair accessible

Conferences

God made Strange

07 April 2019

St Paul's Cathedral

Conferences

God made Strange

07 April 2019

St Paul's Cathedral

God comes to us in the person of Jesus, and we can feel more connected to God through his humanity: he lives a human life, full of sorrow, joy, relationships and events. But in the cross, God is also revealed to us to be utterly different from our inevitably anthropomorphised pictures.

Lucy Winkett says that the cross is essential for a living faith but it is also genuinely scandalous, and just as importantly, ultimately beyond our comprehending. God died in the midst of shouting and chaos, executed as a criminal, and this is both a political, historical death and a cosmic event. In preparation for Holy Week, she will explore some of what we can and can’t say about the cross, and some of what it might mean for our faith, prayer and actions.

The Revd Lucy Winkett is Rector of St James’s Piccadilly, and was formerly Precentor at St Paul’s Cathedral. She writes and broadcasts regularly on religion, music and contemporary culture, and her book, Our Sound is Our Wound was commissioned by Rowan Williams as his recommended Lent Book for 2011.

Organisers
St Paul's Cathedral
Website
https://www.stpauls.co.uk/learning-faith/adult-learning/sunday-forum
Email
adultlearning@stpaulscathedral.org.uk
Phone
02072468337

This event is wheelchair accessible This event is wheelchair accessible

Conferences

Praying for Revival Day & Weekend Conference

12 - 14 April 2019

Brunel Manor

Conferences

Praying for Revival Day & Weekend Conference

12 - 14 April 2019

Brunel Manor

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This is an invitation for you and your friends to join us for a Day or Weekend ‘Praying for Revival’. It will also be an opportunity to relax and to meet with other attendees. We will be looking at past revivals with relevant scriptures, videos and praying.

Weekend Conference: Friday 12th - Sunday 14th April 2019 (£139 full board) Day Conference: Saturday 13 April 2019 (£33 midday/eve meal - breakfast opt £7.50)

Friday 2 course evening meal. Saturday cooked breakfast, light lunch, 2 course evening meal. Sunday continental breakfast, 2 course carvery lunch. (vegetarian opt will be available). Tea & coffee will be served during the breaks. Saturday Day Conference, (breakfast opt £7.50) midday and evening meals.

To save travelling home on the Sunday, why not extend your stay and have a leisurely journey home on the Monday. The extra night costs £41 (opt high tea £5.95) and continental breakfast.

Organisers
Mission in Hounslow Trust
Website
https://www.brunelmanor.com/
Email
office@hounslowmission.org.uk
Phone
01803 329333

This event is wheelchair accessible This event is wheelchair accessible

Conferences

Passion and Resurrection: Living Holy Week

13 April 2019

St Paul's Cathedral

Conferences

Passion and Resurrection: Living Holy Week

13 April 2019

St Paul's Cathedral

Holy Week and Easter are the heart of the Christian year. The unfolding services of Holy Week offer us the opportunity to make our own pilgrimage through Jesus’ last week. It moves from his triumphant entry into Jerusalem, to the Last Supper where he foretells his death and gives his disciples the last great commandment, his anguished prayer in Gethsemane, the shocking events of his betrayal, trial and execution, the desolation of his death, and finally to the dawn of a new world on Easter Sunday.

But it’s also true that these stories can become so familiar that we can be in danger of losing our sense of their revolutionary message about the nature of God. On the eve of Holy Week, James Milne will explore how this great cycle of services evolved and how we can fully enter into them, allowing them to reach our hearts and change our lives.

The Revd James Milne is Sacrist at St Paul’s Cathedral, sharing responsibility for its liturgy. He was previously Convenor of the Liturgy Committee of the Scottish Episcopal Church.

Organisers
St Paul's Cathedral
Website
https://www.stpauls.co.uk/passionandresurrection
Email
adultlearning@stpaulscathedral.org.uk
Phone
02072468337

This event is wheelchair accessible This event is wheelchair accessible

Music / Arts

Christian Arts Festival

23 April - 12 May 2019

43 venues

Music / Arts

Christian Arts Festival

23 April - 12 May 2019

43 venues

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Christian Arts Festival - Music Art Comedy Drama Dance Film Performances, workshops, art exhibitions. Creative Workshops for young people in the Easter Holidays. WELCOME to our 2019 Festival celebrating and exploring Encounters. •80+ events in 40 venues. •Encounter the beauty of Christian heritage alongside fresh expression. •Encounter belief which gives hope to many in a confused world. •Encounter Jesus afresh through drama, music and live testimony. •Encounter solidarity and respect for each other as different communities come together. •Encounter unique people worshiping in many diverse and imaginative ways. •Enjoy learning new skills in creating extraordinary art, drama, words and music. •Find out how artists encounter God’s calling on their lives through their God-given gifts. •Many of them taking faith and the arts into schools to enrich young lives.

Organisers
Cheltenham Christian Arts
Website
http://christianartsfestival.org
Email
nikki@christianartsfestival.org
Phone
01242 898403

This event is wheelchair accessible This event is wheelchair accessible

Conferences

Praying for Revival Day & Weekend Conference

26 - 28 April 2019

Ashburnham Place

Conferences

Praying for Revival Day & Weekend Conference

26 - 28 April 2019

Ashburnham Place

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This is an invitation for you and your friends to join us for a Day or Weekend ‘Praying for Revival’. It will also be an opportunity to relax and to meet with other attendees. We will be looking at past revivals with relevant scriptures, videos and praying.

Organisers
Mission in Hounslow Trust
Email
office@hounslowmission.org.uk
Phone
020 8744 5005

This event is wheelchair accessible This event is wheelchair accessible

Conferences

The Paradox of Freedom

05 May 2019

St Paul's Cathedral

Conferences

The Paradox of Freedom

05 May 2019

St Paul's Cathedral

Jesus says that the truth will set us free. But it turns out freedom is a surprisingly complex idea. What does it really mean to be free? What kind of freedom do we need in the modern world? How can Christian visions of freedom engage with contrasting ideologies and traditions?

Graham Tomlin will explore a distinctively Christian vision of freedom set against a backdrop of rising polarisation, division and competing views of what makes for good social and personal liberties in our times. He will offer a vision of how and why Christian understandings of freedom work for personal flourishing and build stronger communities than many popular secular versions of the idea.

The Rt Revd Graham Tomlin is the Bishop of Kensington and the President of St Mellitus College for training clergy in the Diocese of London. He has taught theology at Oxford University and his latest book is Bound to be Free: The Paradox of Freedom (Bloomsbury 2017).

Organisers
St Paul's Cathedral
Website
https://www.stpauls.co.uk/learning-faith/adult-learning/sunday-forum
Email
adultlearning@stpaulscathedral.org.uk
Phone
02072468337

This event is wheelchair accessible This event is wheelchair accessible

Holidays / Camps / Bible Weeks

Women’s Walking Weekend

10 - 12 May 2019

Abernethy Ardeonaig Killin FK21 8SY

Holidays / Camps / Bible Weeks

Women’s Walking Weekend

10 - 12 May 2019

Abernethy Ardeonaig Killin FK21 8SY

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Join us for a weekend of walking and fellowship in the hills surrounding Loch Tay, in stunning Perthshire, Scotland.

Enjoy the company of like-minded women and use it as an opportunity to bring non-Christian friends.

Diana Hall, our guest speaker from St Andrews, will be giving some thoughts by the fire in the evening, delving into some of life’s bigger questions.

There will be two groups for walking, so come along, whatever your walking ability!

Organisers
Abernethy Ardeonaig
Website
http://www.abernethy.org.uk/womens-walking-weekend
Email
ardeonaig@abernethy.org.uk
Phone
01567820523

Holidays / Camps / Bible Weeks

Women’s Walking Weekend

10 - 12 May 2019

Abernethy Ardeonaig Killin FK21 8SY

Holidays / Camps / Bible Weeks

Women’s Walking Weekend

10 - 12 May 2019

Abernethy Ardeonaig Killin FK21 8SY

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Join us for a weekend of walking and fellowship in the hills surrounding Loch Tay, in stunning Perthshire, Scotland.

Enjoy the company of like-minded women and use it as an opportunity to bring non-Christian friends.

Diana Hall, our guest speaker from St Andrews, will be giving some thoughts by the fire in the evening, delving into some of life’s bigger questions.

There will be two groups for walking, so come along, whatever your walking ability!

Organisers
Abernethy Ardeonaig
Website
http://www.abernethy.org.uk/womens-walking-weekend
Email
ardeonaig@abernethy.org.uk
Phone
01567820523

Conferences

Radical Discipleship: Caring for the Stranger

18 May 2019

St Paul's Cathedral

Conferences

Radical Discipleship: Caring for the Stranger

18 May 2019

St Paul's Cathedral

Krish Kandiah says that hospitality to the stranger is the key to intimacy with God, and when we answer his call to compassionate action we will find it life-giving.

This revolutionary message runs through the whole history of God’s relationship with humanity. He calls the people of the Promised Land to provide for ‘the alien, the orphan and the widow’. Jesus teaches that in caring for prisoners, the poor and the sick we are caring for him. The people of the early church lived together, providing for each other’s needs in ways that were radical then and now.

But in the 21st century we can feel too busy, too overwhelmed, even to begin to find a way to live this out in our own lives. The need seems enormous and what we can offer can feel so small.

Krish Kandiah will explore why God calls us to this radical discipleship and what happens when we answer the call. He will also offer suggestions for finding ways that are practical, joyful and sustainable in our own lives.

Dr Krish Kandiah is the Founder and Director of the adoption and fostering charity Home for Good, an ambassador for Tearfund and the author of numerous books including God is Stranger (Hodder 2017). He lives in Oxfordshire with his wife and seven children, including fostered and adopted children.

Organisers
St Paul's Cathedral
Website
https://www.stpauls.co.uk/radicaldiscipleship
Email
adultlearning@stpaulscathedral.org.uk
Phone
02072468337

This event is wheelchair accessible This event is wheelchair accessible

Conferences

Holy Envy: Finding God in the Faith of Others

30 May 2019

St Paul's Cathedral

Conferences

Holy Envy: Finding God in the Faith of Others

30 May 2019

St Paul's Cathedral

Christians are taught that God is everywhere, and many of us experience the sacred in unexpected places: in nature, in friends and strangers, in music and the arts. But can we also encounter God in the faith of other people?

Barbara Brown Taylor left parish ministry to teach world religion at a college in rural Georgia. To her surprise, what she learnt from decades of living with the truth claims of the world’s great faiths is not – contrary to popular opinion – that all religions are alike, but something subtler, more mysterious and more life-giving: a ‘holy envy’ of the riches of other traditions, and the chance to be born afresh and more deeply within her own tradition.

She will explore some of the gifts, questions and paradoxes that she found along the way. If there is only one God, why are there so many religions? Can our faith be improved by the faith of others, even those we fundamentally disagree with? And is the Holy Spirit at work in all this?

The Revd Barbara Brown Taylor is an American Episcopal priest, theologian, Professor of Religion, and New York Times best-selling author. In 2014 TIME magazine named her as one if its 100 most influential people in the world. Her best-selling guides to the spiritual life include An Altar on the World and Learning to Walk in the Dark. Her new book is Holy Envy: Finding God in the Faith of Others (Canterbury Press 2019).

The evening will be chaired by Tricia Hillas, Canon Pastor of St Paul’s Cathedral, and include plenty of time for questions and answers.

BSL interpretation will be provided at this event: please let us know if you require seats in the area reserved for this.

Organisers
St Paul's Cathedral
Website
https://www.stpauls.co.uk/holyenvy
Email
adultlearning@stpaulscathedral.org.uk
Phone
02072468337

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Conferences

Silence for Beginners

01 June 2019

Royal Foundation of St Katharine

Conferences

Silence for Beginners

01 June 2019

Royal Foundation of St Katharine

Silence is something we can long for or dread, but it’s often said that silence is the country where the saints learn their language. From the earliest years of Christianity to the present day, it’s where men and women have sought, and found, God. But as many who have tried it know, it is not always as simple as it sounds.

This day will provide a ‘beginner’s guide’ to silence, with reflections on its nature, joys, pitfalls and uses. It will also include significant periods when we will keep silence.

The Revd Richard Carter is an Associate Priest at St Martin in The Fields, one of the busiest churches in London. For many years he was a member of the Melanesian Brotherhood in the Solomon Islands, where silence was a daily part of the spiritual life of the community. In London he works with The Connection, London’s busiest homelessness charity, and is the founder and leader of the Nazareth Community, which aims to build a practice of silence into daily life in the city.

£45. Please book early at www.stpauls.co.uk/adultlearning to ensure your place. Bursaries are available for those for whom the charge would make it difficult to attend: please contact us for details.

This is a joint day with our partners at The Royal Foundation of St Katharine, and we are very grateful to them for their hospitality in co-hosting our reflective days. The days take place at the Royal Foundation of St Katharine in Limehouse, East London and include reflective worship, lunch and other refreshments. (www.rfsk.org.uk).

Organisers
St Paul's Cathedral
Website
https://www.stpauls.co.uk/silence
Email
adultlearning@stpaulscathedral.org.uk
Phone
02072468337

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Conferences

What Did Jesus Look Like?

02 June 2019

St Paul's Cathedral

Conferences

What Did Jesus Look Like?

02 June 2019

St Paul's Cathedral

Everyone can conjure up the traditional image of Jesus: a handsome, white man with flowing locks and pristine linen robes, and most people know that isn’t what he really looked like. Does that matter?

Joan Taylor says that the historical evidence suggests he would have had dark skin and short hair, and would have worn rough, even scruffy, clothes. She says it matters how we picture Jesus because it cuts to the heart of his message: he aligned himself with the poor and this would have been obvious from how he looked.

She will explore both the historical evidence for redrawing our image of what Jesus looked like, and what effect it might have on our understanding of his teaching if he were depicted more accurately, as one of the have-nots.

Professor Joan Taylor is Professor of Christian Origins at King’s College, London. She is the author of What Did Jesus Look Like? (Bloomsbury 2018), has edited The Body in Biblical, Christian and Jewish Texts and was historical consultant for the 2018 film Mary Magdalene.

Organisers
St Paul's Cathedral
Website
https://www.stpauls.co.uk/learning-faith/adult-learning/sunday-forum
Email
adultlearning@stpaulscathedral.org.uk
Phone
02072468337

This event is wheelchair accessible This event is wheelchair accessible

Conferences

The Gathering

21 - 23 June 2019

Lynt Farm Ln, Swindon SN6 7QZ

Conferences

The Gathering

21 - 23 June 2019

Lynt Farm Ln, Swindon SN6 7QZ

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The Gathering is a men's weekend festival like no other!

It's fun, it's life changing, it's THE standout event for guys.

Taking place 21-23 June 2019 #inafieldnearSwindon the Gathering features: Live comedy, cool cars, sport, beer festival, live music, huge inflatables, bar games, axe throwing, relevant Bible teaching , great worship, great speakers, life stories, powerful gospel ministry, 8 lane Scalextric, bonfires and loads more...

It's the perfect event for men's groups or individuals and tailor-made for you to be able to invite your unchurched mates to. Every year we see many guys come to faith for the first time.

Organisers
CVM
Website
https://www.thegatheringformen.com
Email
admin@cvm.org.uk
Phone
01246 452483

This event is wheelchair accessible This event is wheelchair accessible

Holidays / Camps / Bible Weeks

Refresh

29 June - 06 July 2019

Capernwray Hall, Capernwray, Carnforth LA6 1AG

Holidays / Camps / Bible Weeks

Refresh

29 June - 06 July 2019

Capernwray Hall, Capernwray, Carnforth LA6 1AG

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This really is a great opportunity to be refreshed physically and spiritually. Come and meet new friends, spend time with our staff or take a challenge. The main holiday includes three day trips in the price, alternatively you can choose a different option which includes cycling, motor bikes, worship guitar course or relax.

Organisers
Capernwray
Website
https://capernwray.org/events/refresh/
Email
holidays@capernwray.org.uk
Phone
01524 733908

This event is wheelchair accessible This event is wheelchair accessible

Holidays / Camps / Bible Weeks

Summit

29 June - 06 July 2019

Capernwray Hall, Capernwray, Carnforth LA6 1AG

Holidays / Camps / Bible Weeks

Summit

29 June - 06 July 2019

Capernwray Hall, Capernwray, Carnforth LA6 1AG

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Your week will consist of five mountain days scaling some of the highest peaks in the Lake District and Yorkshire Dales National Parks. It is a great opportunity to learn and develop mountain skills such as navigation, route planning and leadership. The goal of the week is to encounter Jesus through a mix of outdoor activities and Bible teaching most of which will be delivered in the mountains. Also included is one overnight stay in a camping barn and an opportunity to experience the Honister Slate Mine ‘Via Ferrata’. The week will be led by two qualified leaders.

Organisers
Capernwray
Website
https://capernwray.org/events/summit/
Email
holidays@capernwray.org.uk
Phone
01524 733908

Holidays / Camps / Bible Weeks

Family Week 1

06 - 13 July 2019

Capernwray Hall, Capernwray, Carnforth LA6 1AG

Holidays / Camps / Bible Weeks

Family Week 1

06 - 13 July 2019

Capernwray Hall, Capernwray, Carnforth LA6 1AG

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A great family holiday with full board and full programme giving you all time to relax and enjoy yourselves. You will discover a great mixture of activities for all ages – there are zip wires, a bouncy castle and milkshakes – for children, teens AND ADULTS! The Bible teaching sessions allow all ages to enjoy times to learn, question and be encouraged by the truths that apply to our different situations. The team who will host your holiday is looking forward to welcoming you to an unforgettable family holiday. Separate teaching sessions for adults and children (baby listening available during the evening teaching sessions).

Organisers
Capernwray
Website
https://capernwray.org/events/family-week-1/
Email
holidays@capernwray.org.uk
Phone
01524 733908

This event is wheelchair accessible This event is wheelchair accessible

Conferences

Every Tribe: Saints in a Diverse World

07 July 2019

St Paul's Cathedral

Conferences

Every Tribe: Saints in a Diverse World

07 July 2019

St Paul's Cathedral

The Bible visualises a new heaven and a new earth with people of every language and nation, so why are all the saints in our paintings and stained glass windows white? The bias in the church’s storytelling means that many are surprised to discover that St Augustine is North African and St George is an immigrant with Turkish and Palestinian parents.

A new book of essays edited by Sharon Prentis uncovers stories of holy, inspired and inspiring lives from all over the world. It celebrates the true diversity of the saints and challenges the church to become what it is meant to be: a rainbow people of God serving the diverse needs of a diverse world.

The Revd Dr Sharon Prentis is Dean of Black and Minority Ethnic Affairs and Intercultural Mission Enabler at the Church of England in Birmingham. She is an honorary research fellow in the Department of Theology and Religion at the University of Birmingham and the editor of Every Tribe: Stories of Diverse Saints Serving a Diverse World (SPCK 2019).

Organisers
St Paul's Cathedral
Website
https://www.stpauls.co.uk/learning-faith/adult-learning/sunday-forum
Email
adultlearning@stpaulscathedral.org.uk
Phone
02072468337

This event is wheelchair accessible This event is wheelchair accessible

Holidays / Camps / Bible Weeks

Family Week 2

13 - 20 July 2019

Capernwray Hall, Capernwray, Carnforth LA6 1AG

Holidays / Camps / Bible Weeks

Family Week 2

13 - 20 July 2019

Capernwray Hall, Capernwray, Carnforth LA6 1AG

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A great family holiday with full board and full programme giving you all time to relax and enjoy yourselves. You will discover a great mixture of activities for all ages – there are zip wires, a bouncy castle and milkshakes – for children, teens AND ADULTS! The Bible teaching sessions allow all ages to enjoy times to learn, question and be encouraged by the truths that apply to our different situations. The team who will host your holiday is looking forward to welcoming you to an unforgettable family holiday. Separate teaching sessions for adults and children (baby listening available during the evening teaching sessions).

Organisers
Capernwray
Website
https://capernwray.org/events/family-week-2/
Email
holidays@capernwray.org.uk
Phone
01524 733908

This event is wheelchair accessible This event is wheelchair accessible

Holidays / Camps / Bible Weeks

International Youth Week 1

20 July 2019

Capernwray Hall, Capernwray, Carnforth LA6 1AG

Holidays / Camps / Bible Weeks

International Youth Week 1

20 July 2019

Capernwray Hall, Capernwray, Carnforth LA6 1AG

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You can come from all over the UK and from all over Europe for our amazing International Youth Weeks. On your own, with friends and siblings or in a group – you are all welcome! Come and Discover Capernwray’s fantastic facilities. Swimming pool, zip wires, amazing old manor house, sports hall, lazy lawns and so much more! Join in a ceilidh, head off on a day-trip, browse the bookshop or go crazy in the night games. Each day our Bible teaching is delivered clearly and honestly. We want you to be able to ask, discuss and learn. You’ll leave with good memories, great answers, clear encouragement, forever friends and a stronger faith.

Organisers
Capernwray
Website
https://capernwray.org/events/international-youth-week-1/
Email
holidays@capernwray.org.uk
Phone
01524 733908

This event is wheelchair accessible This event is wheelchair accessible

Holidays / Camps / Bible Weeks

International Youth Week 2

27 July - 03 August 2019

Capernwray Hall, Capernwray, Carnforth LA6 1AG

Holidays / Camps / Bible Weeks

International Youth Week 2

27 July - 03 August 2019

Capernwray Hall, Capernwray, Carnforth LA6 1AG

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You can come from all over the UK and from all over Europe for our amazing International Youth Weeks. On your own, with friends and siblings or in a group – you are all welcome! Come and Discover Capernwray’s fantastic facilities. Swimming pool, zip wires, amazing old manor house, sports hall, lazy lawns and so much more! Join in a ceilidh, head off on a day-trip, browse the bookshop or go crazy in the night games. Each day our Bible teaching is delivered clearly and honestly. We want you to be able to ask, discuss and learn. You’ll leave with good memories, great answers, clear encouragement, forever friends and a stronger faith.

Organisers
Capernwray
Website
https://capernwray.org/events/international-youth-week-2/
Email
holidays@capernwray.org.uk
Phone
01524 733908

This event is wheelchair accessible This event is wheelchair accessible

Holidays / Camps / Bible Weeks

International Youth Week 3

03 - 10 August 2019

Capernwray Hall, Capernwray, Carnforth LA6 1AG

Holidays / Camps / Bible Weeks

International Youth Week 3

03 - 10 August 2019

Capernwray Hall, Capernwray, Carnforth LA6 1AG

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You can come from all over the UK and from all over Europe for our amazing International Youth Weeks. On your own, with friends and siblings or in a group – you are all welcome! Come and Discover Capernwray’s fantastic facilities. Swimming pool, zip wires, amazing old manor house, sports hall, lazy lawns and so much more! Join in a ceilidh, head off on a day-trip, browse the bookshop or go crazy in the night games. Each day our Bible teaching is delivered clearly and honestly. We want you to be able to ask, discuss and learn. You’ll leave with good memories, great answers, clear encouragement, forever friends and a stronger faith.

Organisers
Capernwray
Website
https://capernwray.org/events/international-youth-week-3/
Email
holidays@capernwray.org.uk
Phone
01524 733908

This event is wheelchair accessible This event is wheelchair accessible

Holidays / Camps / Bible Weeks

Family Week 3

10 - 17 August 2019

Capernwray Hall, Capernwray, Carnforth LA6 1AG

Holidays / Camps / Bible Weeks

Family Week 3

10 - 17 August 2019

Capernwray Hall, Capernwray, Carnforth LA6 1AG

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A great family holiday with full board and full programme giving you all time to relax and enjoy yourselves. You will discover a great mixture of activities for all ages – there are zip wires, a bouncy castle and milkshakes – for children, teens AND ADULTS! The Bible teaching sessions allow all ages to enjoy times to learn, question and be encouraged by the truths that apply to our different situations. The team who will host your holiday is looking forward to welcoming you to an unforgettable family holiday. Separate teaching sessions for adults and children (baby listening available during the evening teaching sessions).

Organisers
Capernwray
Website
https://capernwray.org/events/family-week-3/
Email
holidays@capernwray.org.uk
Phone
01524 733908

This event is wheelchair accessible This event is wheelchair accessible

Holidays / Camps / Bible Weeks

Family Week 4

17 - 24 August 2019

Capernwray Hall, Capernwray, Carnforth LA6 1AG

Holidays / Camps / Bible Weeks

Family Week 4

17 - 24 August 2019

Capernwray Hall, Capernwray, Carnforth LA6 1AG

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A great family holiday with full board and full programme giving you all time to relax and enjoy yourselves. You will discover a great mixture of activities for all ages – there are zip wires, a bouncy castle and milkshakes – for children, teens AND ADULTS! The Bible teaching sessions allow all ages to enjoy times to learn, question and be encouraged by the truths that apply to our different situations. The team who will host your holiday is looking forward to welcoming you to an unforgettable family holiday. Separate teaching sessions for adults and children (baby listening available during the evening teaching sessions).

Organisers
Capernwray
Website
https://capernwray.org/events/family-week-4/
Email
holidays@capernwray.org.uk
Phone
01524 733908

This event is wheelchair accessible This event is wheelchair accessible

Holidays / Camps / Bible Weeks

One Parent Family Week

24 - 31 August 2019

Capernwray Hall, Capernwray, Carnforth LA6 1AG

Holidays / Camps / Bible Weeks

One Parent Family Week

24 - 31 August 2019

Capernwray Hall, Capernwray, Carnforth LA6 1AG

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A great family holiday – with full board and full programme for parents who care for the day to day needs of their children on their own. You will discover a great mixture of activities for all ages – there are zip wires, a bouncy castle and milkshakes – for children, teens AND ADULTS! The Bible teaching sessions allow all ages to enjoy times to learn, question and be encouraged by the truths that apply to our different situations. The team who will host your holiday is looking forward to welcoming you to an unforgettable family holiday. Separate teaching sessions for adults and children (baby listening available during the evening teaching sessions).

Organisers
Capernwray
Website
https://capernwray.org/events/one-parent-family-week
Email
holidays@capernwray.org.uk
Phone
01524 733908

This event is wheelchair accessible This event is wheelchair accessible

Holidays / Camps / Bible Weeks

Men's Weekend

06 - 08 September 2019

Capernwray Hall, Capernwray, Carnforth LA6 1AG

Holidays / Camps / Bible Weeks

Men's Weekend

06 - 08 September 2019

Capernwray Hall, Capernwray, Carnforth LA6 1AG

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We have a great weekend lined up for you with all the essential ingredients – inspirational bible teaching, a good selection of food and loads of fun and challenging activities. You can come on your own or gather a group from your church. You will be welcomed, encouraged and challenged

Weekends are valuable – this will be one well spent.

Organisers
Capernwray
Website
https://capernwray.org/events/mens-weekend/
Email
holidays@capernwray.org.uk
Phone
01524 733908

This event is wheelchair accessible This event is wheelchair accessible

Music / Arts

Hastings Steampunk Circus of Curiosities

14 - 15 September 2019

94 westfield Lane St Leonards on sea TN377NQ

Music / Arts

Hastings Steampunk Circus of Curiosities

14 - 15 September 2019

94 westfield Lane St Leonards on sea TN377NQ

Introducing the spectacular Hastings Steampunk Circus of Curiosities 2019! Coming at you with a field full of dreams and top hat full of tricks! Entertainment throughout two days including on and off stage performances! Array of exhibitors to fulfill your desires, Full food and drink services available. Our event opening will be lead by the Pennacle Drummers and our parade https://www.facebook.com/pentacledrummers/ Our Fabulous entertainers include but are not limited to……. The Captain Of The Lost Waves https://www.facebook.com/captainofthelostwaves/ Alice’s Night Circus https://www.facebook.com/alicesnightcircus/ Ichabod Steam https://www.facebook.com/Ichabod-Steam-288869787969348/

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ehuzs2xBDHw Humphrey & Maude https://www.facebook.com/humphreyandmaude/ Paul Voodini, http://victorianbeatpoet.co.uk/ Wandering Wurlitzers and a range of independent buskers ……..Surprise guests will be announced at a later date ;) The Splendid Time Machine will be appearing at our event great response from their performance with us this year The Wonderful Pentacle Drummers will be opening our event again in 2019 https://www.facebook.com/pentacledrummers/

Roll Up Roll Up for our Victorian themed fair and circus games…….Including games for doggies! Try your luck at Flamingo croquet, Giant chess, splat the rat, game of strength and much more! Pooches can grab a lucky dip bag, take part in Sausage bobbing and even compete for awards at the doggies competition. More details to follow soon.

Come and enjoy the curiosities at our weekender…... Feel the magic up close with the Steampunk circus themed entertainment including bearded lady, Victorian Strong Man and Co, tight rope walker, penny farthing exhibitor, oracle show, Snake charmer and Pierrot the clown!

Weapons at the ready…..Tea Duelling with Lynn Broderick and the team…… Strut your stuff and grab a unique piece of steampunk attire with the Steampunk Hat Creation Show. Tweak that moustache and get involved with the EastWing Grooming Co https://www.facebook.com/Eastwingroomingco/ Moustache and Beard Competition Participate in our splendid parade with our team of entertainers and guests…………

Organisers
Power Events
Website
http://eastsussexevents.wixsite.com/power-events
Email
powereventseastsussex@googlemail.com
Phone
07706912180

This event is wheelchair accessible This event is wheelchair accessible

Celebrations / Worship / Prayer

The Big 30 Concert with Graham Kendrick

05 October 2019

Milton Keynes Christian Centre Church, Strudwick Dr, Oldbrook, Milton Keynes MK6 2TG

Celebrations / Worship / Prayer

The Big 30 Concert with Graham Kendrick

05 October 2019

Milton Keynes Christian Centre Church, Strudwick Dr, Oldbrook, Milton Keynes MK6 2TG

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For one night only, Graham Kendrick and his band are putting on a one-off special concert to mark CVM’s 30th anniversary. ‘The Big 30’.

The concert, takes place in Bletchley, Milton Keynes on Saturday 5th October and promises to be a special occasion where Graham will perform songs, old and new, from his collection, as well as some compositions written by other artistes. CVM’s Nathan Blackaby (CEO) and Carl Beech (President) will host/speak.

Big 30 Concert tickets cost £10 each, if you book before September, and places are limited so book now for a great night of worship to Jesus, celebration of CVM’s years to date, a look forward to the road ahead, plus a great time of enjoying some darn good songs.

This event is open to everyone.

Organisers
CVM
Website
https://cvm.org.uk/events/events_detail.php?eventsID=1846
Email
admin@cvm.org.uk
Phone
01246 452483

This event is wheelchair accessible This event is wheelchair accessible

Conferences

CVM Autumn Conference

01 - 03 November 2019

Eastwood Hall Hotel, Mansfield Road, Eastwood, Nottingham NG16 3SS

Conferences

CVM Autumn Conference

01 - 03 November 2019

Eastwood Hall Hotel, Mansfield Road, Eastwood, Nottingham NG16 3SS

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From the 1-3 November 2019, we will be running the autumn conference for men, that’s a little bit like The Gathering and yet, quite different.

Set in the quality venue of the Eastwood Hall Hotel with its swimming pool, gym and top notch grounds, the weekend will feature all the usual CVM fun with live music, comedy, sports (including walking football), fellowship, cars, teaching and worship as well as excellent food and accommodation.

Price from £199* each. All meals are included £199* each - (£269 for single occupancy of twin room) until 30 April 2019 £210* each - (£279 for single occupancy of twin room) from 1 May £220* each - (£299 for single occupancy of twin room) from 1 Oct *Based on sharing a twin room

Speakers include Carl Beech (CVM President) and Nathan Blackaby (CVM CEO). More to be announced

As usual, it's an event you can invite a not-yet-believing mate to, so check their availability and book your place.

Organisers
CVM
Email
admin@cvm.org.uk
Phone
01246 452483

This event is wheelchair accessible This event is wheelchair accessible

Conferences

CVM Autumn Conference

01 - 03 November 2019

Eastwood Hall Hotel, Mansfield Road, Eastwood, Nottingham NG16 3SS

Conferences

CVM Autumn Conference

01 - 03 November 2019

Eastwood Hall Hotel, Mansfield Road, Eastwood, Nottingham NG16 3SS

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From the 1-3 November 2019, we will be running the autumn conference for men, that’s a little bit like The Gathering and yet, quite different.

Set in the quality venue of the Eastwood Hall Hotel with its swimming pool, gym and top notch grounds, the weekend will feature all the usual CVM fun with live music, comedy, sports (including walking football), fellowship, cars, teaching and worship as well as excellent food and accommodation.

Price from £199* each. All meals are included £199* each - (£269 for single occupancy of twin room) until 30 April 2019 £210* each - (£279 for single occupancy of twin room) from 1 May £220* each - (£299 for single occupancy of twin room) from 1 Oct *Based on sharing a twin room

Speakers include Carl Beech (CVM President) and Nathan Blackaby (CVM CEO). More to be announced

As usual, it's an event you can invite a not-yet-believing mate to, so check their availability and book your place.

Organisers
CVM
Website
https://cvm.org.uk/events/events_detail.php?eventsID=1807
Email
admin@cvm.org.uk
Phone
01246 452483

This event is wheelchair accessible This event is wheelchair accessible