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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.
20 September - Dignity, Mental Well-being and Disability: Showing of the Film ‘Summer in the Forest’ In collaboration with Las Casas Institute, Oxford, and L’Arche UK
A public reception including pre-show discussion with speakers: Chris Asprey, Kathleen Boyle, Francis Campbell, Louise Carter, Richard Keagan-Bull and. Randall Wright. Drinks, 5.30pm and the screening of Summer in the Forest will start at 6.30pm. The Exchange, Twickenham. Booking here.
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.
7 November What does it mean to be honest and fair with customers? Hosted by Blueprint for a Better Business. A discussion evening, in association with Citizens Advice, followed by networking drinks. Speakers: Andrew Hill, Management Editor of the FT, Gillian Guy, Chief Executive Citizens Advice, Alison Robb, Nationwide Building Society Exco team, Greg Jackson, Octopus Energy, and Jon Alexander, New Citizenship Project. £20 per person including drinks and networking. 6.30-9pm. Booking via this link. Venue: Howard Kennedy, No. 1 London Bridge London SE1 9BG
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.
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