Rolling Down Justice, our 12th annual conference on Disability & Church
Saturday 14 October, online by zoom (with BSL and captions)
At time of writing there are only 17 spaces remaining at our upcoming conference, so book fast! https://rolling-down-justice-tickets.eventbrite.com/
The flyer is attached to this email.
Celebrate Neurodiversity in Walsall
On Sunday 29 September at 3pm, at St Martin's Church, Walsall, WS5 3DQ, there will be a 'Celebrate Neurodiversity' service, being delivered by a Neurodivergent team headed by the Rev'd Zoe Heming, the 'Enabling All' advisor for Lichfield Diocese. Our regional ambassador for Staffordshire and north Shropshire is part of the team. For more information, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
A marvellous melody of endless love: Retreat day exploring Julian of Norwich
Saturday 7 October, 10am to 4pm
Cenacle Convent, Lance Lane, Liverpool L15 6TW
2023 marks the 650th anniversary of Julian of Norwich’s book, Revelations of Divine Love. This day offers an opportunity to explore this ‘ahead of its time’ work. The day costs £10. Bring something vegetarian to share for email@example.com or call 07768 808 768. Presented by the Team Parish of St Luke in the City and Open Table Liverpool.
Subsidies available for people on low wages. Please ask.
Booking is essential. For more details and to book, please email
The wonder of our being: LGBT+ Christian weekend in north Wales
Friday 3 to Sunday 5 November
St Beuno's Jesuit Spirituality Centre, St Asaph, North Wales
A WEEKEND seeking to affirm and encourage LGBT+ Christians of all traditions in their faith and identity as beloved by God.Places limited - BOOK NOW.
Confounding the Mighty: Stories of Church, Social Class and Solidarity
Thursday 9 November, 7:30pm, livestreamed on YouTube.
A roundtable discussion with Luke Larner and friends, chaired by Alison Webster, General Secretary of Modern Church.
It is long past time for the church to talk seriously about social class. Like the book of the same name (SCM Press, 2023), this panel discussion will explore what role class plays in the life of churches, education establishments and social justice movements in 21st Century Britain and Beyond’. What does it tell us about the need to connect across difference to work for justice based on ‘deep solidarity’?
Luke Larner is a Church of England priest and former bricklayer serving a parish in the post-industrial town of Luton. He is passionate about weaving parish ministry with theology and social justice, and is engaged in Community Organising and studying/teaching theology alongside his parish life.
Further details from www.modernchurch.org.uk or firstname.lastname@example.org