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If you are being called to study The Centre for Discipleship and Theology, invite you to attend an informal Open Day and explore options for study.
Saturday 17th February, 10:00am - 13:45
Saturday 19th May, 10:00am - 13:45
Please contact admissions if you would like to attend, firstname.lastname@example.org
For further information, please click on flier.
28th March - 2nd April - Kissed-Pierced-Hidden-Revealed: Seeing God’s Passion from Gethsemane to Glory, Dr Debbie Lewer
22nd - 27th October, Following the Celtic Way, Professor Ian Bradley
27th October - 1st November, Enthusiasm, Entropy and Ecology:A New look at the Psalms, Rev. John Bell
1st - 6th November, Adventures with God: An Introduction to the Gifts and Wisdom of Ignatius of Loyola, Rev. Alison Marshall
Venue: St Columba Hotel, Isle of Iona. Price: From £649 per person, per course; includes full board and programme charge.
Booking online or by phone
t: 44 (0) 1681 700 304
Coleshill Churches Together invites you to their bible study series on Hebrews. This will take place at Southfields Farm, Packington Lane, Coleshill, B46 3EJ on Tuesday evenings 7.30pm (until last Tuesday of Pentecost, 15th May).
For further information, please contact Diane Webb, email@example.com.
Shared journeys is a weekend for young adults, aged 18 – 35 ish (if you fall outside this age range, either younger or older, and are interested in taking part please contact us about whether it is possible to participate in some way).
There will be times of silence and reflection, an opportunity to engage with and respond to issues of faith and social action and the interplay between them, and times for building a sense of friendship and community.
Doing Theology in a Strange Land: insights from Dalit Theology into Caste Discrimination in India and Britain (Psalm 137, vs 4)
This will be held at the Queens Foundation, Somerset Road, Birmingham B15 2QH on Friday April 27th 2018, 10.30 till 4 pm - Cost £15.
Speakers: Revd Dr Vincent Manoharan
Revd Dr Israel Selvanayagam
Chair: Revd Dr Inderjit Bhogal
Come and celebrate the Launch of the Holy Habits Resources first developed in the Birmingham Methodist Circuit which have been enhanced to resource all types of churches of all traditions and denominations – and to learn how they can be helpful in your context.
Dates and Venues:
• Saturday 27th January 2018 - Selly Oak Methodist Church, Birmingham.
• Saturday 10th February 2018 - Badminton Road Methodist Church, Bristol.
• Saturday 28th April 2018 - Codsall Methodist Church, Wolverhampton.
Time: 10:00 am to 12:30pm.
Hosted by Andrew Roberts (author of the book Holy Habits)
The event is free to attend and drinks and biscuits will be served. To book email Andrew Roberts via firstname.lastname@example.org. Please see attached flier.
On Saturday 28th April 11.00am-3.00pm you are invited to join Cambridge Road Methodist Church car park for their pop up performance festival.
Please come along and enjoy the festival, fresh coffee and refreshments.
All performers are very welcome please let Revd Nick Jones know if you’d like a slot on 0121 453 9497.
Why not join members of Earlswood Methodist Church for an afternoon of free kids craft activities and games? Their gazebo will be located in the park next to Earlswood Lakes and is an event for their local community. All welcome.
Do you have an old friend who has stuck with you through thick and thin; are they covered in fur? Did you get the perfect cuddly toy for Christmas?
Come and share with others in a celebration of the teddy bear & other faithful furry friends, then this is the service for you! Introduce us to your bear and their story.
For further information, please click on flyer.
Haiti is the country focussed on in this year's Christian Aid Week publicity and here is a chance to hear from the man co-ordinating the charity's work in Haiti.
Haiti, one of the poorest countries in the world, was hit by a hugely destructive earthquake in 2010 and a cholera outbreak has affected the country ever since then, & Hurricane Matthew hit them in 2016. These are the 2 major events but they have had other major storms too.
Prospery Raymond, the country manager in Haiti for Christian Aid, will share something of the experience of the people and the work of Christian Aid as they recover from two major natural disasters with the support of fund-raisers.
This will be held at 6.00pm on Sunday 29th April at Christ Church in central Solihull, 741 Warwick Road B91 3DG. The church is opposite House of Fraser.
Car parking behind the church off Union Road is limited but the Mell Square multi-story is opposite.