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Events for people interested in building the Common Good

We list events here which we think will be of interest to you. Please contact us if there is something you would like us to include here.

8 September12.30-1.30pm. Talking about Reconciliation and the Common Good | In a time of social fragmentation and political division, what can the Eucharist tell us about the broken body of our national community? Can we live with a clear conscience if we are not willing to reconcile with people we disagree with?  Jenny Sinclair, Director of T4CG will be in conversation with Catherine Brady. Open to all, no booking required. This is part of the 12 noon - 5.00pm schedule of events mentioned below at the Church of St Philip Neri, 30 Catherine St, Liverpool L8 7NL, which forms part of the Parallel Programme running alongside Adoremus 2018.

8 September -12 noon—5.00pm. On the altar of the world | An afternoon programme of events exploring the sacramental theology of creation, and reconciliation, forgiveness, peace and the Eucharist. Organised by the National Justice & Peace Network, and featuring NJPN, Pax Christi, CAFOD, Caritas Salford, T4CG. At St Philip Neri Church, 30 Catherine Street, Liverpool L8 7NL. Open to all, no booking required. The afternoon schedule can be downloaded here or found at www.liverpoolcatholic.org.uk/adoremus. Enquiries to Ann Kelly at admin@justice-and-peace.org.uk or 020 7901 4864. This forms part of the Parallel Programme running alongside Adoremus 2018.

8 September - 5.15-6.15pm. Eucharist, the Bread of life  An ecumenical conversation with Bishop Paul Bayes (Anglican Bishop of Liverpool), Archbishop Malcolm McMahon  OP (Catholic Archbishop of Liverpool) and Rev Dr Sheryl M. Anderson (Liverpool Methodist District Chair) about the place of the Eucharist in the life of the Church and in living our Christian faith. Chaired by Clifford Longley. At Liverpool Parish Church, Old Churchyard, Chapel Street, Liverpool L2 8TZ.  Free entry but requires a printed or mobile ticket at the door (click here to book). This event is part of a Parallel Programme running alongside Adoremus 2018.

12 September Charity, Religion and the State: An Uneasy Relationship A half day conference for lawyers and those managing and advising religious charities or those with an interest in the interaction between religion and the law in a particular area. The sessions will explore the tensions in the relationship between religious charities and the State. The emphasis will be on current issues - including public benefit, adoption, faith schools and charitable status. Speakers: John Duddington, Hubert Picarda QC, Matthew Smith, Paul Barber, Robert Meakin. 1.30pm-5pm. Central London venue.  Organised by the Edward Plowden Trust. Cost £50 including refreshments. Download booking form via this link

12-14 September - The Social Enterprise World Forum 2018 - an international conference for social enterprises from all over the world to come together, share wisdom, build networks and explore how to create a more sustainable future. For social entrepreneurs and social enterprise practitioners, policy makers, academics and investors, community leaders, activists and supporters.  The event includes workshops, study tours and specialist sessions, plenaries, discussions and debates, entertainment, ceilidh dancing and evening meet ups. For speaker list click hereEdinburgh. More information and booking here. Prices from £199.

17 September - What can we learn from the quakers? The management practice of decision-making through discernment.  Northumbria University are offering a free half day workshop to managers involved in private, public and third-sector organizations or those with an interest in how to make better decisions. Speakers and facilitators are: Steven Burkeman – Trustee Joseph Rowntree Foundation and Joseph Rowntree Society; Robert Gibson – Guardian Trustee Scott Bader Commonwealth; Richard Turnbull – Director, Centre for Enterprise, Markets and Ethics and Nicholas Burton – Senior Lecturer, Northumbria University.  8.45-1pm. Event details here.

17 - 19 SeptemberChurches Together in England Forum 2018 | The Forum is a delegate conference, bringing together over three hundred representatives of Churches Together in England's Member Churches, Intermediate Bodies, Co-ordinating Groups and Bodies in Association. All six of CTE's Presidents will attend. Held at the Hayes Conference Centre, Swanwick, Derbyshire. The Forum is a delegate conference - booking is via this link. For places as a non-delegate, click here for information. 

13 October More than Belonging - the 2018 Germinate Conference will explore what it means for rural Christians to do more than belong to their churches and communities. Bringing together individuals, churches, agencies and networks involved in rural mission and ministry. Speakers: Bishop David Walker, Revd Claire Maxim. Workshops on: using buildings for mission; rural Fresh Expressions; making the most of Rural Mission Sunday; effective Church Communications; ecumenical ministry; facilitating lay ministry; Messy Church. 9.30 - 4, Coventry. Early bird ticket (before 30 June) £50.

8 November - The Family, State and the Common Good. The next debate in our series, State, Society and the Common Good aims to bring people together to talk about the proper role of the State in generating a good society. An expert panel of five speakers will address the issues from different perspectives followed by an interactive discussion. This is held in partnership with our friends at Theos and the Benedict XVI Centre and will take place at St Mary's Church, Putney in London, historic home of the 1647 Putney Debates. Speakers will be announced in the autumn and booking will open nearer the time. Check back here or sign up to our newsletter for updates. Watch video of the first debate in the series here.

10 November  Building a church for the poor - it’s time! The annual Churches that Change Communities conference by Jubilee+. A conference for people who want to be inspired, equipped and envisioned to build or continue to build churches where the poorest in communities can not just be welcomed, but fully included and involved. Speakers: the Rt Revd Philip North, Bishop of Burnley, Martin Charlesworth (Jubilee+ team leader). Seminars will cover building churches in ‘impossible places’, diversity, homelessness, addiction, older people, refugees, social enterprise, biblical foundations, the power of the Holy Spirit, and more. Wimbledon, London.  Booking here. 

 

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