Upcoming Events

A listing of local group meetings appears in the Events Calendar

Religion and Atheism

Pat will be referring to the paper 'Religion and Atheism' by Richard Holloway (copy on PCN Britain website), presented at the London Conference in June 2019. Please read the paper before the meeting .

Location:
Brunswick Methodist Church, Brunswick Place, Newcastle NE1 7BJ
Speaker:
Discussion led by Pat Fuller
Host:
Newcastle (on Tyne) Group

Full details in group programme

How Jews and Christians read the Bible

How Jews and Christians read the Bible

Abingdon Progressive Christianity Network Group presents: Speaker John Barton (Author of ‘A History of the Bible: The Book and Its Faiths’)

Location:
Trinity Church, Conduit Road, Abingdon, OX14 1DB
Speaker:
John Barton (Author of ‘A History of the Bible: The Book and Its Faiths]
Host:
Abingdon Progressive Christianity Network Group

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Renewal and Rebellion: Faith, Economy and Climate

Renewal and Rebellion: Faith, Economy and Climate

Our environment is in crisis, inequality is growing, and yet our economic system seems fixated on endless growth, while politics is paralysed and coarsened by division.
How do we need to change our political and economic assumptions in order to meet these challenges? How can we can model new ways of living ourselves, and as churches? How does our hope in God’s future empower us to live a hopeful, abundant life on a finite planet?
JPIT’s 2020 national conference Renewal and Rebellion: faith, economy and climate invites you to join in looking at the big challenges we all face – rethinking economic structures and taking radical steps towards climate justice, and how we can all act to change them – in faith, for people and for planet.
Through panel discussions, workshops, poetry, art and conversation, we hope to inspire and resource people to speak, pray and act boldly for justice and peace over the next decade.

Location:
The Riverside Centre Derby
Speaker:
Ed Miliband, MP ,Katherine Trebeck, Wellbeing Economist, Christine Allen, Director of CAFOD, Ross Greer, Green MSP

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