2018 Quiet / Study Day

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Date/Time
Date(s) - 27/01/2018
10:30 am - 4:00 pm

Location
Martin Luther King House

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The Outcome residential planned for 26th and 27th January has now been replaced with a one-day event on Saturday 27th January. Rev. Sam McBratney will lead a quiet day/ study day on the theme of ‘Dignity and Worth,’ as previously advertised.  The day will run from 10.30am – 4pm and is still at Luther King House in Manchester.

We are able to accommodate a few more people, so if you would like to join us for this revised event, please email roger.stubbings@talktalk.net as soon as possible. The cost for the day is £27, including lunch.

The day will finish with a brief AGM and we are looking for more people willing to join the Co-ordinating Group. This year, we have not had anyone fulfilling the role of Secretary and our Treasurer will be stepping down at the AGM. Could you help? Please contact Barbara Duchars bduchars@yahoo.co.uk for more information.

 

Sam McBratney is a Methodist presbyter with nearly twenty years’ experience of ministry in various contexts – Circuit-based (rural and urban), chaplaincy, academia, theological education and reconciliation. He has worked as a chaplain in four universities, including two in London where he established and led two multi-faith teams. Teaching has also been a major part of his career, including four years as a Lecturer at City, University of London and five as Director of the Global Christianity Programme at the Queen’s Foundation in Birmingham. His teaching has ranged from Worship and Liturgy and Global Mission to Peace & Reconciliation and Interfaith & Intercultural Understanding. He is a member of the Corrymeela Community and is currently engaged in doctoral research into contextual theologies of reconciliation in Ireland. He is also currently a Visiting Lecturer at the Theological College of Lanka in Sri Lanka, teaching Peace and Reconciliation Studies.