7th and 8th June 2019 - Circles of Impact: Funerals bereavement and communities Conference  at the National Agricultural Exhibition Centre, Stoneleigh for
more information see: www.circlesofimpactconference.org or contact Church House, Great Smith Street, London SW1P 3AZ
cathy.myers@churchofengland.org / 07469 858 413

 

 -12th June 2019 -7.30pm - HEALING SERVICE at The Convent of the Holy Name, Oakwood
For more information / booking please contact Sister Diana (Assistant Provincial)
Phone: 01332 671716 (ext. 6) Email: assistantprovincialchn@yahoo.co.uk

 13th July - 10.30-4.00pm - Poetry Quiet Day - Poems of Doubt and Faith – led by Sister Rosemary CHN
at The Convent of the Holy Name, Oakwood For more information / booking please contact Sister Diana (Assistant Provincial)
Phone: 01332 671716 (ext. 6) Email: assistantprovincialchn@yahoo.co.uk

 

23rd-27th September 2019 - Bishop Alan Smith – Faith and the Future of the Countryside

This conference will explore the rapidly changing face of the countryside in England and the role that the Church can play in shaping it. Drawing on the experience and insights of the delegates, it will provide an opportunity to think together about a wide range of rural subjects, including the environment, agriculture and leisure. In addition there will be input designed to offer spiritual refreshment for the participants

Bookings: https://leeabbeydevon.org.uk/programme/faith-and-the-future-of-the-countryside/

 

Tues 1 to Thurs 3 October - at Foxhill House, near Chester, Cheshire

These courses are deliberately designed for smaller numbers to facilitate focussed discussion and address specific parish needs. CostMember residential: £295 (full board),Non-member residential: £325 (full board),Non-residential: £215 (inc. lunch and dinner) .All bookings are via the RSCM website: www.rscm.org.uk  Further information is available from Sarah King, RSCM Education Administrator, Tel: 01722 - 424848; email: sking@rscm.com

 

 

 MHA - 23 Oct 2019 at 6.30pm Inaugural Walter Hall Lecture given by the Rt Hon David Willetts

Venue Central Methodist Hall Westminster RSVP to chaplaincypa@mha.org.uk or visit mha.org.uk/lectures .This is the first of a series of four annual lectures, designed to focus attention on the complex and pressing needs facing older people today. The speaker will also concentrate on intergenerational responsibility, especially in the area of funding and support in later life.

 

 

 MHA -Worship and engagement in later life 10.00am - 3.00pm

A WELL event is taking place at 6 different locations around the country (see below), aimed at anyone involved in leading or facilitating worship for people in later life, either in a church, community or care home setting. The resources we’ll be sharing have been developed by our chaplaincy within MHA and are designed to help people lead worship in a context which may include people living with dementia. The event reflects MHA’s mission to help improve the quality of life for older people and is provided free of charge. For Details and to book details To book please contact Georgina Fearon at chaplaincypa@mha.org.uk or telephone 01332 221922 Lunch will be provided

29 October

St Pauls, Hills Road,

Cambridge CB2 1JP

30 October

Badminton Road

Methodist Church,

Worship and Engagement Bristol BS16

30 October

St Luke’s Church,

Great Colmore Street,

Birmingham

1 November

Pinner Methodist

Church, Love Lane,

Pinner HA5 3EE

13 November

Leeds Church Institute

New Market St, Leeds

LS1 6DG

19 November

Penrith Methodist

Church,10

Wordsworth St,

Penrith CA11 7Q

 

 

The Diocese of Derby

Contact Us

Derby Church House

Full Street, Derby DE1 3DR

01332 388650

Email: 

enquiries@derby.anglican.org