A webinar by Paul Roger, Emeritus professor of Peace Studies, Bradford University. Organised by Conscience – Taxes for Peace Not War. Register https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZMrfu6hrTlpEtSjH_TsE2xnqQGSdTqZORX
Mary a Woman of Discernment with Gemma Simmonds a sister of the Congregation of Jesus who is currently Director of the Religious Life Institute at Heythrop and President of the Catholic Theological Association of Great Britain.https://forms.gle/tTu3w2NqmjPaMHUV7
Join the Assumption Sisters in an Advent Reflection Day on Tue 30 Nov 2021 in Kensington, London.
A day of prayer, reflection and mass, led by Fr Michael Holman SJ in Milleret House, Kensington. All are welcome.
Companion of the Poor with Caoimhe Butterly an educator, trainee psychotherapist and human rights campaigner who has spent 20 years working with refugee and undocumented communities in Latin America, Palestine, Syria, Lebanon, Iraq and in camps in Europe. https://forms.gle/tTu3w2NqmjPaMHUV7
The ‘My Faith & the Environment: COP 26 Aftermath’ will be an opportunity explore the learning from different experiences of COP26 and what the next steps might be. It aims to welcome an inter-generational and interfaith dialogue with speakers who have experience or have a good knowledge of COP26.
My Faith and the Environment: COP26 Aftermath is the third event in the ‘My Faith & the Environment’ series hosted by the Religions for Peace UK Interfaith Youth Network (UKIYN). It was created to give young adults a safe environment to share their thoughts and experiences of good environmental practices with each other and with a wider audience, to learn from one another and to build friendships.
A webinar with keynote speaker, Sr Gemma Simmonds CJ. This is a panel event that is open and available to all. For more information click here.
Jesuit Refugee Service evening of readings, Advent carols and drama performances at Farm Street Church, London http://jrsuk.net