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20 June 2017 -  The Church in the age of Trump - US theologian Stanley Hauerwas will look at what role the church played in enabling Trump’s victory.  At Theos, 77 Great Peter Street, London, SW1P 2EZ. 6.30pm for 7pm start. Theos Students, Friends and Associates: Free. General admission: £7.00 + £0.89 administration fee. Concessions and Students: £5.00 + £0.80 administration fee. 
 
22 June 2017 - Black Country Homeless Conference, A Housing Justice Roadshow. A day looking at housing need from an informed local and national perspective, and at where churches have a role to play. Thoughts and reflections on the housing need and homelessness in the north east and responses to it by: Steve Clay, Black Country YMCA, Matt Lambert, Hope into Action Black Country, Kathy Mohan, Housing Justice and Anthony Walker, City of Wolverhampton Council.  09.30am-15.30pm.  The Crossing, St Pauls's Church, Darwall Street, Walsall, WS1 1DA.  
 
27-28 June 2017  - Church Growth Learning Communities.  Groups of church leadership teams from within the Diocese of London meet as Church Growth Learning Communities for two days twice a year over a two year period to reflect upon their purpose, what is going well, imagining what could be and exploring how those aims can become a reality. Teaching, discussion, interaction, feedback - a vital way to encourage growth in depth of discipleship and number. Centre for Church Planting & Growth, St Edmund the King, Lombard St, London EC3V 9EA , EC3V 9EA.  
 
10 July 2017 - Reboot! Live! Tour 2017 -  Chris Stefanick to do a UK Tour in conjunction with the Shrine of Our
Lady of Walsingham and the Mercy Tour. A the fun, inspiring and practical experience of applying the beauty and genius of the heart of the Gospel to every aspect of your life. From prayer and spirituality, to work, dating, marriage, parenting, health and more! There is no part of your life that will be left untouched!  6:30 – 9:00PM at St Patrick’s, Soho Square. £10 ticket price, £5 student tickets. 
 
11 July 2017 - Faith and Social Innovation - BWB’s faith-based organisations group invite you to join them for breakfast and a topical discussion on the relationship of faith and social innovation with Paul Bickley of the religion and public life think tank Theos. Paul will present his findings, share insights in conversation with BWB’s Luke Fletcher, and take questions from an audience of faith based entrepreneurs, innovators and funders.  8am, registration and breakfast, 8.30am - 9.30am seminar.  At, BWB  10 Queen Street Place, London, EC4R 1BE.  Free.
 
11 July 2017 - 15.45-18.30. Faith, Identity and Populist Politics: what is the future for freedom of speech in the UK? A public policy seminar, organised by the Council of Christians and Jews (CCJ). Keynote address by Anthony Julius, followed by a panel discussion with Baroness Hilary Armstrong; Prof Nigel Biggar; Dr Dave Rich; Adam Wagner. Chair: Lord Michael Farmer. This is the first in a series of public policy seminars aiming to bring together Christian and Jewish policymakers, community activists, researchers and other leaders in an interfaith setting, to discuss some of the pressing issues of our time. Venue: Mishcon de Reya LLP, Africa House, 70 Kingsway, London, WC2B 6AH. Spaces are limited so anyone interested in attending, please RSVP to rob.thompson@ccj.org.uk
 
12 July 2017 - Reboot! Live! Tour 2017 -  Chris Stefanick to do a UK Tour in conjunction with the Shrine of Our Lady of Walsingham and the Mercy Tour. A the fun, inspiring and practical experience of applying the beauty and genius of the heart of the Gospel to every aspect of your life. From prayer and spirituality, to work, dating, marriage, parenting, health and more! There is no part of your life that will be left untouched!  6:30 – 9:00PM at St Mary’s, Twickenham. £10 ticket price, £5 student tickets. 
 
15 July 2017  - Ministry to Fathers Training Days. Training for church leaders, workers and volunteers interested in developing ministry to fathers. The training gets to grips with why and how to connect with men wherever they are on their fatherhood journey.  St James Road Methodist Church, St James Road, Shirley, Southampton, SO15 5HE, SO15 5HE.  10pm- 4pm. £10.  
 
17 July 2017 - Rebot! Live! Tour 2017 -  Chris Stefanick to do a UK Tour in conjunction with the Shrine of Our
Lady of Walsingham and the Mercy Tour. A the fun, inspiring and practical experience of applying the beauty and genius of the heart of the Gospel to every aspect of your life. From prayer and spirituality, to work, dating, marriage, parenting, health and more! There is no part of your life that will be left untouched!  6:30 – 9:00PM at Saint Catherine of Siena Catholic Church, Bristol Street, Birmingham, B5 7BE. £10 ticket price, £5 student tickets. 

20 - 23 July 2017 - Social Reformers Summer School hosted by Jubilee Centre.  This summer school is for those who want to see their faith have a lasting impact on society.  The topics covered include: the profile of a social reformer, the strategy for social reform and the strategy for bringing your vision or idea to life. Westminister College Cambridge, £295 (waged) £225 (unwaged).  
 
21 - 23 July 2017 - A Sabbath for the Earth and the Poor: The challenge of Pope Francis is the National Justice and Peace Network Annual Conference.  Speakers include: Dr. Ruth Valerio, Fr. Peter Hughes, and Kathy Galloway.  Event in partnership with Church Action on Poverty, CAFOD, Caritas Social Action Network, Vincentians in Partnership, Operation Noah, Columbans JPIC.   The Hayes Conference Centre,  Swanwick,  Derbyshire. Book here. 
 
25 - 28 August 2017 - Greenbelt 2017 - The Common Good. The annual arts, faith and justice summer festival Greenbelt has adopted The Common Good as its 2017 theme. Find out more and book here (early bird rates before April 2017).
 
8 - 10 October 2017 - Humanising Innovation - Zermatt Summit. The 2017 Zermatt Summit will be meeting regarding the theme of "Humanizing Innovation" and will gather those offering solutions who will show us the extraordinary potential for innovation in fields that often go unnoticed.  In general we tend to focus on the digital economy and its technological feats. But innovation is also economic, ecological, societal and managerial.  Three wide-ranging debates will be organized concerning the future of humanity, the evolution of work and private life, as well as the evolution of human rights in this new digital world which looks like being so different from the past. Find out more about the speakers and book online, here.  
 
6 - 7 October 2017 Movement Day UK - Organised by Gather, a collaboration enabled by Evangelical Alliance. Movement Day is a yearly conference based in New York that has become a meeting place for 'unity' movements around the world. The event aims to celebrate Christians working together for transformation across UK towns and cities. At Methodist Central Hall, London. Click here for more information and booking.
 
28 October 2017 - Churches that change communities.Jubilee+ national conference.  A day conference to envision, equip and encourage Churches to increase their impact, affect their community and build churches where the poor are welcomed and fully involved. Exploring how to move beyond just helping the poor to becoming churches where people of all backgrounds not only worship God together, but experience genuine community with one another that crosses divisions of class, status, wealth and more.  The day will include prophetic teaching, seminars, networking with one another and social action franchises, and worship with an opportunity for prayer. 10am -5.15pm.  City Church, Cambridge. Book your place online. 
 
14-15 November 2017 - Locality Conference '17 - for everyone working in the community, voluntary and social enterprise sectors. The Midland, 16 Peter Street, Manchester, M60 2DS
 
22 November 2017 - Raising Funds for Christian Charities and Churches. A one day conference for charity and church leaders, donors and fundraisers, hosted by Stewardship.  Speakers include Archbishop John Sentamu, Nick Spencer, Ben Ryan, Andy Hawthorne, Michael O’Neill, Peter Kerridge, and leading philanthropists and representatives of grant making trusts. Central Hall Westminster, 10am-4pm followed by a networking reception.  £155 attendance fee inc. VAT, lunch, all presentation materials and a wine reception. Book online.