Women have been integral and influential leaders in the church for centuries. Are you being called to take your place?
The Diocese of London is hosting a day conference for women aged 15-30 who are interested in exploring their vocation.
The day is deliberately interactive, and will be inspiring. There will be a panel of speakers including the Venerable Liz Adekunle, Archdeacon of Hackney, and the opportunity to explore different issues around ministry through workshops.
There will be space to think, pray, and chat with others.
Please come and join to reflect, explore and deepen your understanding of vocation.
Professor David J A Clines is one of the most creative and influential biblical scholars in the world. He has recently donated his personal library to the University of Kent. Originally from Sydney, Australia, David Clines he spent his career in the University of Sheffield, including as Professor and Head of the Department of Biblical Studies. It is a measure of his distinction that he was President of the US-based Society of Biblical Literature in 2009, the first person from outside North America to serve the Society in that role.
The venue for this event is the Templeman Lecture Theatre, Templeman Library, University of Kent, Canterbury, Kent, CT2 7NU
Followed by drinks reception.
Free and Open to the Public. All welcome.
MAECymru invites you to their Spring Conference, on Saturday 21st May at Plas Dolerw, Newtown, SY16 2EH. Keynote Speaker is The Rt Rev’d Libby Lane, Bishop of Stockport. Other speakers include; Hilary Cotton, Chair of WATCH and the Rev’d Terrie Robinson, Administrator, International Anglican Women’s Network.
Places are limited. Conference fee of £20.
Loretta Minghella, CEO of Christian Aid will deliver the 4th Inclusive Church Lecture at Liverpool Cathedral on Wednesday 13th July 2016.
The programme is:
5.30 Cathedral Evening Prayer
6. p.m. Annual Meeting of Inclusive Church followed by the lecture which will end by 8 p.m.