Friday 10 - Saturday 11 January 2020, Cambridge

Faith and Science for Everyone: A Short Course for Christian Leaders

£30 for one day, £50 for both, including lunch

£10 for both days for those training in ministry

Join us for our professional workshop aimed at church leaders, lay or ordained, and those in training. The workshop will cover contemporary hot topics in the dialogue between Science and Religion as well as how to engage with Science and Faith in the local Church. Open to all church leaders; no scientific background required.

To book and for more information Tel. 01223 748 888  or https://www.faraday-institute.org/Courses.php www.faraday.cam.ac.uk

 

Volunteer Management Training 
Date: Tuesday 21st January 2020 9.30am - 4.30pm
Venue: St Helena Campus, University of Derby, Sheffield Road, Chesterfield, S41 7LL,  Delivered by: Jenny Raschbauer from Community Chesterfield.

 

 

Staff from the Environmental Sustainability Research Centre, University of Derby, are organising a series of events about climate change science and action, in collaboration with The Union of Students, the Multifaith Centre, the Derby Climate Coalition, and other local partners, to bust through climate change myths, lay out what we do know, and to discuss what we can do about it. Show casing the University’s research on climate change and highlighting the response of local champions to climate change.

 

latest Local Regreening: Transforming Cabbage Patch and City.

Thursday, 23 January 2020 18.30 - 20.30 1 Friar Gate, Derby De1 1dz.
The Environmental Sustainability Research Centre welcome Dr Briony Norton, from the University of Derby and Graham Truscott from Whistlewood Common for the fourth event in the series centred around Climate Change. This lecture will guide us through local scale initiatives to create environments that are more sustainable and support biodiversity alongside humans.Basic Manual Book Keeping Course – Tuesday 4 February 2020



Erewash Voluntary Action has organised a Manual Basic Book Keeping Course which will take place on Tuesday 4 February 2020 at Erewash Voluntary Action Granville Avenue Long Eaton.  The course will run from 10.00 am – 1.00 pm and will be led by Margaret Mowles from Derby Community Accountancy Service.

This course is suitable for the treasurer of your group or organisation or for anybody that has responsibility to monitor financial records, maintain financial records and book-keeping and the financial management of your group.  It may be of interest for any committee member to attend to help broaden knowledge and understanding of basic book keeping.
The course will provide lots of helpful tips and advice to help make managing your group’s finances easier. 

The course is FREE of charge and available for Erewash community groups and organisations to attend.
If you would like to attend or view the poster, please click HERE and return to Lee at Erewash Voluntary Action 
 
For any further information please contact Catriona Development Worker.
 

 

 

5 February 2020 in Cheshire and 4 March 2020 in London A Rocha Speaker Insight Days

aimed at preachers and churches engagin with the Environment. At these

  • Andy Atkins, CEO of A Rocha UK, will provide an overview of the current state of the environment, ARUK's strategy, including key priorities for this coming year and how to talk about why caring for the earth really matters to Christians. 
  • Helen Stephens, Church Relations Manager, will share some ideas of how to talk to churches about Eco Church and help them to get started
  • Simon Brown who coordinates all of the speaker engagements for A Rocha UK will talk about some of the practical details of being a volunteer speaker for ARUK. 

full details to be posted. Book 5 February event.

 

 

Emergency First Aid at Work
Date: Tuesday 11th February 2020 9am - 3.30pm
Venue: St Helena Campus, University of Derby, Sheffield Road, Chesterfield, S41 7LL
About: Attendees will receive a 3 year Emergency First Aid at Work Certificate on completion of this training.
Delivered by: JWP Training from Community Chesterfield.

 

 

21st – 23rd February 2020 Reflective Weekend 

Looking after Ourselves-  Are you getting your five a day ? The Fruits of the Spirit for Ministers in Secular Employment 

Shallowford House, Shallowford, Stone, Staffs   ST15 0NZ

We know that MSE is a calling which integrates our faith and our activities in the ‘secular’ world in a unique way. But it also means that we are busy building the kingdom and being there for others alongside all our other responsibilities, which can be hard work! This weekend will help us consider what’s good about our own ministry, what support we and other MSEs might need to become even more fruitful, and what our individual and collective priorities might be to enable us fully to enjoy the fruits of the Spirit.

Cost, from dinner on Friday evening to lunch on Sunday, inclusive:

£175 (members and spouses); £185 (non-members)

Grants may be available from your Church to cover all or part of the cost – apply now to get their support! A limited number of scholarships are available to enable attendance. Please ask CHRISM for details or a receipt. CHRISM can accept payments through GoCardless.  If you would like to use this, please email Rob (as below).

 

 

Saturday 22nd February 2020 A QUIET DAY ‘Light on the Path’

10.30am to 4pm Convent of the Holy Name, Morley Road,

Oakwood, DERBY DE21 4TB - led by Sister Rosemary CHN.

Suggested donation for the day is £15 (payable on booking).

Hot drinks and biscuits provided – please bring a packed lunch.

For more information/ booking please contact

Sister Diana – assistantprovincialchn@yahoo.co.uk

Tel 01332 671716 (ext 6)

 

 

7 March 2020 Riverside Centre, Derby, Renewal and Rebellion: Faith, Economy and Climate, from Joint Public Issues Team.

 

 

Marketing and PR for Beginners
Date: Runs on 3 consecutive Wednesday mornings: 4th March, 11th March, 18th March 2020. Please note: attendees will need to be able to come to all three sessions. 9am - 12.30pm each week
Venue: St Helena Campus, University of Derby, Sheffield Road, Chesterfield, S41 7LL
About:
Part 1: How to create a marketing campaign for your organisation
Part 2: Building your brand through storytelling 
Part 3: PR and the Media
Delivered by: Kate Dawson  From Community Chesterfield.

 

Derbyshire County Council Mental Health training courses Janaury - March 2020 

 

 

 

 

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