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 firstname.lastname@example.org 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 email@example.com 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
16 November 2019 - Signs of God workshop @ St Nick’s church in Allestree .
10am-4pm Cost is £20 per person. Booking via the Signs of God website, look for eventshttps://www.signsofgod.org.uk/
An experienced team of tutors will help you to explore how you can use BSL in worship and prayer. The day will be accessible and suitable for all levels of BSL. Deaf people are always welcome along. Refreshments will be provided, please bring your own lunch.
St Nick’s is an accessible building and has a large car-park plus on road parking available.