Renewing Social Connexions Bream Methodist Church's programme of renewing social connexions has attracted a lot local interest and excitement. We have now raised enough money to hold a Flower Festival and Craft Fayre. Local people are now engaged in arranging flowers, as a tribute to the church year, to be displayed in our chapel. Local crafts people will be selling and displaying their wares. There will be freshly prepared food served and baked goods for sale, as well as live music performed…See More
"There are a number of churches holding events that I know of. It is a pity they are not making it known to a wider audience .
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Understanding IslamA four-day course which will be held at Campion Hall, the Jesuit community in Oxford, and aims to help Catholics understand how the worldviews of the Muslims they live and work with are shaped by their faith. The Course takes place between Tuesday 4 November and Friday 7 November 2014. For more information or to book a place visit: catholicnews.org.uk/understanding-islam-courseSee More
Dr Damian Howard, SJ, gives a very brief introduction to Islam in in four podcasts, addressing common questions and misunderstandings - ideal material for schools, parishes and individuals who want a sound basis for following the appeal of our bishops to foster and deepen our relationship with people from other religions: http://www.catholicnews.org.uk/exploring-islam-podcasts.See More
Listening to the periphery at the heart of WestminsterThere was something intensely symbolic and powerful about yesterday’s launch of the Good Society Conversation by Churches Together in Britain and Ireland and Church Action on Poverty: Eighty people packed into the Cardinal Hume Centre’s children’s centre, a stone’s throw from Westminster’s power places – Parliament, Whitehall, Abbey and Cathedral - yet somehow a million miles away from the formalities of what now passes for conventional…See More