Black Sheep and Prodigals Tour 2017

Black Sheep and Prodigals Tour 2017

Nine venues are now arranged between March 14th and 22nd when Dave Tomlinson will talk about his new book.

Black Sheep and Prodigals is aimed primarily at people who are on the edges or outside of mainstream religion - those who reject, question, or have little interest in the tenets of traditional faith.

The book sets out to present a more contemporary and more humane approach to faith, drawing on honest doubt, common sense and spiritual experience. Dave Tomlinson is an Anglican priest and founded the legendary Holy Joe’s, a church in a pub in Clapham for disaffected church drop-outs. He is now Vicar of St Luke’s, Holloway, a thriving parish church in north London and a regular contributor to Pause for Thought on BBC Radio 2.

The tour venues are as follows, along with contact emails for the organisers.  Further details are available in the Events section and will be added to as they become available.

March      Venue                            Contact 

Wed 14   Cardiff University            Delyth Liddel          liddellda@cardiff.ac.uk

Thur 15   Truro Cathedral              Richard Gray          richard.gray@pcnbritain.org.uk

Fri 16      Abingdon                        Cliff Marshall          candpmarshall@btinternet.com

Mon 19   Harrogate                       Paul Onslow           paul.onslow@pcnbritain.org.uk

Tue 20   Newcastle                       Pat Fuller                pat.fuller@pcnbritain.org.uk

Wed 21  Manchester                    John Ramsbottom   john.ramsbottom4@ntlworld.com

Thur 22   Wellingborough             Martha McInnes      marthalmcinnes@gmail.com

Comments

1 On 09/02/2018 Neil Geddes wrote:

Why nothing in the midlands?

2 On 14/02/2018 Richard Gray wrote:

Dear Mr Geddes
Thank you for your comment regarding that lack of venues in the midlands hosting an evening with Dave Tomlinson.
A decision was made by the trustees of PCN that all the organisation for this tour would be handled locally and not centrally through the PCN office. Non of the PCN groups in the region offered to host an event.
Would you be interested in hosting an evening?
Best regards
Richard

3 On 18/02/2018 Mandy O'Callaghan wrote:

Hello there,
I’ve tried to contact Paul regarding 2 places for the Harrogate event but I’ve had no reply. Should I contact the Church directly or wait for a reply?
Thank you,
Kind Regards,
Mandy.

4 On 20/02/2018 Sarah Guilfoyle wrote:

Dear Mandy

Paul has now replied directly to you, please let me know if you haven’t received the email.

Good wishes, Sarah (Administrator)

5 On 25/02/2018 Tony Wimbush wrote:

I’ve had a similar problem regarding the Harrogate event.  I sent 2 emails earlier this month but I’m still waiting for a response. Should I just turn up?  Best Regards Tony

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