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‘The Man Who Built Peace’

‘The Man Who Built Peace’

‘The Man Who Built Peace’, on Feb 19th.  This is about Frank Buchman, whose transformed life journey gave rise to Initiatives of Change.’ The film reflects on the heart of what has transpired as a result of Buchman’s experience.

Location:
The Bamforth Building, The Burton Street, Foundation, 57 Burton Street, Hillsborough,Sheffield, S6 2HH

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A Churchless Faith?

A Churchless Faith?

The fastest growing category of Christians in the West is thought to be the dechurched – those who have given up on church, BUT not given up on God. This is opposite of “Sunday Assembly”, which is for people who have (mainly) discounted belief in God BUT benefit from practices more often found in church. So we have two modern phenomena – churchless faith and faithless church.

Location:
Billingham Forum, The Causeway, TS23 2LX
Speaker:
John Wiffen and Janet Overfield
Host:
Billingham Group

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Reclaiming evangelism: Positive liberal theologies of mission - Modern Church

Reclaiming evangelism: Positive liberal theologies of mission - Modern Church

This day will help us to think about both theoretical and practical aspects of what it is to do evangelism as liberals. We’ll consider what liberal theologies of evangelism might look like, and practically, how as liberals we go about evangelism.

Location:
St Dunstan's Liverpool.
Speaker:
Martyn Percy, Emma Percy, Jonathan Draper, Bonnie Evans-Hills, Miranda Threlfall-Holmes, Mark Waters
Host:
Modern Church

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“I was an Evangelical BUT ...”

“I was an Evangelical BUT ...”

Many Christians – particularly converts to the faith – find themselves in Evangelicalism, which proves to be a formative and supportive environment. For many, this is the case for the whole of their lives, while others end up questioning some of the assumptions held dear within the Evangelical community. Some leave and join a different form of Christianity (or don’t), while others remain Evangelicals, BUT still have unanswered questions.

Location:
Billingham Forum, The Causeway, Billingham TS23 2LJ
Speaker:
Roy Searle, Juliet King, Jan Overfield, John Wiffen, Alan Hiscox
Host:
Billingham Group

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Hope in Conflict

Hope in Conflict

Can we find hope in times of conflict – personal, communal, international?  A day conference which aims to discover creative ways to deal with conflict, from practitioners in different contexts.

Location:
The Alumni auditorium, The Forum, Streatham Campus, University of Exeter, Stocker Rd, Exeter EX4 4PT
Speaker:
Pádraig Ó Tuama, plus a panel chaired by Revd Simon Taylor
Host:
University of Exeter and the Corrymeela Community

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