Events

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Featured Event

Conferences

Made in Whose Image?

09 June 2018

Guildford Baptist Church, Millmead, Guildford, GU2 4BE

Featured Event

Conferences

Made in Whose Image?

09 June 2018

Guildford Baptist Church, Millmead, Guildford, GU2 4BE

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This year's conference theme is 'Made in Whose Image?' We will be exploring ideas of image and identity with a keynote speech from Jo Swinney and workshops on topics surrounding this theme.

Click here for full details about the event and to book.

Organisers
Woman Alive & The Bible Reading Fellowship
Website
http://www.brfonline.org.uk/madeinwhoseimage#Aboutthevenue
Email
womanalive@cpo.org.uk
Phone
01865 319 700

Conferences

Ladies' Weekend

04 June - 04 August 2018

Capernwray Hall

Conferences

Ladies' Weekend

04 June - 04 August 2018

Capernwray Hall

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Come and relax in a beautiful setting with others who appreciate time to worship and learn together. Ladies Weekend is a fantastic opportunity to get away from it all and spend some quality time with God and other like minded people. The Bible teaching is always fresh and challenging, and is sure to have a guaranteed impact upon your life. Outside of the worship times there is something for everyone whether you want to spend some quiet time on your own, grab a coffee and chat away with friends or simply get involved with the many activities we have planned. The weekend is fully catered so you don’t have to worry about making the meals or doing the dishes afterwards. You can just sit back, relax and enjoy your time with us.

Organisers
Capernwray Holidays
Website
http://www.capernwray.org/ladies-weekend/
Email
holidays@capernwray.org.uk
Phone
01524 733908

This event is wheelchair accessible This event is wheelchair accessible

Music / Arts

The History of Black Gospel Music

08 June 2018

Marcus Garvey Library

Music / Arts

The History of Black Gospel Music

08 June 2018

Marcus Garvey Library

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Come and take a musical journey through the history of gospel music, from its roots in negro spirituals, to church-based music and the more modern sounds of today. Gospel music is one of the most important of all music genres with influences in blues, jazz and rock and roll. Sing hallelujah as you learn about the key pioneers of gospel! Grammy award winning TAKE 6 legend Dr Cedric Dent, is the presenter of “The History of Black Gospel Music”!

The History of Black Gospel Music examines the story of the blending of church music, jazz and blues, the synthesis of the sacred and the profane, through story and song along with special guests and local supporting acts.

Dr Cedric Dent will demonstrate this synthesis with live piano-vocal performances that trace the developments from the Euro-American hymn through to contemporary and modern gospel music.

Organisers
Cordel Events
Website
eventbrite.co.uk
Email
info@cordelevents.com
Phone
0208 489 5350

This event is wheelchair accessible This event is wheelchair accessible

Music / Arts

The History of Black Gospel Music

10 June 2018

St Philip's Birmingham Cathedral

Music / Arts

The History of Black Gospel Music

10 June 2018

St Philip's Birmingham Cathedral

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Come and take a musical journey through the history of gospel music, from its roots in negro spirituals, to church-based music and the more modern sounds of today. Gospel music is one of the most important of all music genres with influences in blues, jazz and rock and roll. Sing hallelujah as you learn about the key pioneers of gospel! Grammy award winning TAKE 6 legend Dr Cedric Dent, is the presenter of “The History of Black Gospel Music”!

The History of Black Gospel Music examines the story of the blending of church music, jazz and blues, the synthesis of the sacred and the profane, through story and song along with special guests and local supporting acts.

Dr Cedric Dent will demonstrate this synthesis with live piano-vocal performances that trace the developments from the Euro-American hymn through to contemporary and modern gospel music.

Organisers
Cordel Events
Website
eventbright.co.uk
Email
info@cordelevents.com
Phone
0121 262 1840

This event is wheelchair accessible This event is wheelchair accessible

Conferences

Raising children in restricted societies

12 June 2018

Anthony Collins Solicitors

Conferences

Raising children in restricted societies

12 June 2018

Anthony Collins Solicitors

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TCKs live among many different cultures and societies. For TCKs from the UK and other western families that can mean growing up in a restrictive society. These societies vary hugely from those with conservative values and moderate limitations through to others that are heavily restrictive and segregated.

Our childhood experiences help shape us for the rest of our lives, and so we will be considering the ways in which these societies affect our TCKs growing up there. We will also focus on strategies that families have adopted as they have tried to ensure the best experiences and outcomes for their children.

This day event will seek to cover, amongst other things:

How does growing up in a restricted society affect our TCKs – both positively and negatively? What particular issues do teenagers (and their parents) face? How do we address the different issues affecting boys and girls? What can we learn from how agencies have supported their families in restricted societies? How can we help TCKs from restricted societies reintegrate back into life in the UK when the time comes? Different presenters will speak from their own experiences in a number of countries with varying levels of cultural conservatism. Our speakers for the day have experience of living in Central Asia and the Middle East and have teenage children of their own.

The cost is £20 to people from GC member agencies and churches. Cost for non GC members is £50. Refreshments and lunch are included in the price. Tea and coffee will be available from 10:15am.

Please note: if you are a TCK parent/grandparent/extended family member, or church member caring for TCKs/families overseas - and your church is not a member of GC - please choose the £20 member rate and add an explanatory note in the ‘dietary or access requirements’ box below.

Organisers
Global Connections
Website
www.globalconnections.org.uk
Email
info@globalconnections.org.uk
Phone
01926 487755

Music / Arts

The History of Black Gospel Music

12 June 2018

Norwich Cathedral

Music / Arts

The History of Black Gospel Music

12 June 2018

Norwich Cathedral

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Come and take a musical journey through the history of gospel music, from its roots in negro spirituals, to church-based music and the more modern sounds of today. Gospel music is one of the most important of all music genres with influences in blues, jazz and rock and roll. Sing hallelujah as you learn about the key pioneers of gospel! Grammy award winning TAKE 6 legend Dr Cedric Dent, is the presenter of “The History of Black Gospel Music”!

The History of Black Gospel Music examines the story of the blending of church music, jazz and blues, the synthesis of the sacred and the profane, through story and song along with special guests and local supporting acts.

Dr Cedric Dent will demonstrate this synthesis with live piano-vocal performances that trace the developments from the Euro-American hymn through to contemporary and modern gospel music.

Organisers
Cordel Events
Website
eventbrite.co.uk
Email
info@cordelevents.com
Phone
01603 218300

This event is wheelchair accessible This event is wheelchair accessible

Music / Arts

The History of Black Gospel Music

13 June 2018

The Winston Theatre

Music / Arts

The History of Black Gospel Music

13 June 2018

The Winston Theatre

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Come and take a musical journey through the history of gospel music, from its roots in negro spirituals, to church-based music and the more modern sounds of today. Gospel music is one of the most important of all music genres with influences in blues, jazz and rock and roll. Sing hallelujah as you learn about the key pioneers of gospel! Grammy award winning TAKE 6 legend Dr Cedric Dent, is the presenter of “The History of Black Gospel Music”!

The History of Black Gospel Music examines the story of the blending of church music, jazz and blues, the synthesis of the sacred and the profane, through story and song along with special guests and local supporting acts.

Dr Cedric Dent will demonstrate this synthesis with live piano-vocal performances that trace the developments from the Euro-American hymn through to contemporary and modern gospel music.

Organisers
Cordel Events
Website
eventbrite.co.uk
Email
info@cordelevents.com
Phone
0117 331 8600

This event is wheelchair accessible This event is wheelchair accessible

Music / Arts

The History of Gospel Music

14 June 2018

St Peters Collegiate Church

Music / Arts

The History of Gospel Music

14 June 2018

St Peters Collegiate Church

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Come and take a musical journey through the history of gospel music, from its roots in negro spirituals, to church-based music and the more modern sounds of today. Gospel music is one of the most important of all music genres with influences in blues, jazz and rock and roll. Sing hallelujah as you learn about the key pioneers of gospel! Grammy award winning TAKE 6 legend Dr Cedric Dent, is the presenter of “The History of Black Gospel Music”!

The History of Black Gospel Music examines the story of the blending of church music, jazz and blues, the synthesis of the sacred and the profane, through story and song along with special guests and local supporting acts.

Dr Cedric Dent will demonstrate this synthesis with live piano-vocal performances that trace the developments from the Euro-American hymn through to contemporary and modern gospel music.

Organisers
Cordel Events
Website
eventbrite.co.uk
Email
info@cordelevents.co.uk
Phone
01902 422 642

This event is wheelchair accessible This event is wheelchair accessible

Music / Arts

The History of Black Gospel Music

16 June 2018

Leicester Cathedral

Music / Arts

The History of Black Gospel Music

16 June 2018

Leicester Cathedral

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Come and take a musical journey through the history of gospel music, from its roots in negro spirituals, to church-based music and the more modern sounds of today. Gospel music is one of the most important of all music genres with influences in blues, jazz and rock and roll. Sing hallelujah as you learn about the key pioneers of gospel! Grammy award winning TAKE 6 legend Dr Cedric Dent, is the presenter of “The History of Black Gospel Music”!

The History of Black Gospel Music examines the story of the blending of church music, jazz and blues, the synthesis of the sacred and the profane, through story and song along with special guests and local supporting acts.

Dr Cedric Dent will demonstrate this synthesis with live piano-vocal performances that trace the developments from the Euro-American hymn through to contemporary and modern gospel music.

Organisers
Cordel Events
Website
eventbrite.co.uk
Email
info@cordelevents.com
Phone
0116 261 5200

This event is wheelchair accessible This event is wheelchair accessible

Holidays / Camps / Bible Weeks

Family Week

07 July 2018

Capernwray Hall, Carnforth LA6 1AG

Holidays / Camps / Bible Weeks

Family Week

07 July 2018

Capernwray Hall, Carnforth LA6 1AG

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Come and relax together with other families, other children, other teens and other parents. There are friends to meet and there is fun to share. Our age-appropriate Bible teaching will introduce the children to Jesus, let the teenagers discuss Christian issues and give adults time to soak up and reflect on Scripture. Full board is a great help on a family holiday as you can now all relax, turn up for meals and all enjoy the great facilities we have to offer in your spare time. We also provide evening “Baby Listening” for children under 7 years old during the evening meeting. Either staff will monitor corridors or we will give you a baby monitor depending on the location of your bedroom.

Organisers
Capernwray Holidays
Website
http://www.capernwray.org/family-weeks
Email
holidays@capernwray.org.uk
Phone
01524 733908

This event is wheelchair accessible This event is wheelchair accessible

Conferences

Praying for Revival

27 - 29 July 2018

Brunel Manor Christian Centre

Conferences

Praying for Revival

27 - 29 July 2018

Brunel Manor Christian Centre

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This is an invitation for you and your friends to join us for a weekend ‘Praying for Revival’

We will be looking at past Revivals with relevant scriptures, videos and praying The weekend will commence with arrival at 4pm Friday to 3pm Sunday
It will also be an opportunity to relax and to meet with attendees
This Conference is organised by Mission in Hounslow Trust and led by Colin & Madeleine Windsor Please respond to office@hounslowmission.org.uk

Organisers
Mission in Hounslow Trust
Website
www.hounslowmission.org.uk
Email
office@hounslowmission.org.uk
Phone
0208 577 5143

This event is wheelchair accessible This event is wheelchair accessible

[General]

Cycle Nepal

16 - 25 November 2018

Various in Nepal

[General]

Cycle Nepal

16 - 25 November 2018

Various in Nepal

Cycle Nepal 2018

16 - 25 November 2018

Cycle 350km in 6 days through the foothills of the Himalayas!

Cycle with us through magical Nepal and discover its incredible breath-taking scenery.

Our 350km cycle will take you on a journey from the bustling city and ancient temples of Kathmandu to the charming lakeside town of Pokhara. You’ll pass through rarely visited mountain villages, along secluded trails and see rural Nepal as well as exotic wildlife.

Your sponsorship will support life-saving healthcare that shows every life matters in Nepal.

Challenge highlights

• Discover incredible breath-taking scenery of Nepal with its magnificent lakes and mountains

• Explore Chitwan National Park, a UNESCO World Heritage Site and historic Kathmandu Valley with its temples, shrines and stupas

• Support palliative care projects in Nepal and see a life-saving healthcare project in action at Green Pastures Hospital

• Make new friends and enjoy fellowship

“I feel privileged to have had the opportunity to cycle in beautiful Nepal, raise funds for this programme, and meet some new amazing friends.
Cycle Nepal was the most physically challenging but emotionally rewarding experience of my life.”

Em Altez, 2014 Participant

You can reduce poverty and pain in Nepal - Your sponsorship will help to ensure that families in Nepal get access to proper medical care.

Register now www.emms.org/cyclenepal

N.B. Special early bird discount available until 31 January 2018.

Download the Registration pack.

Organisers
Louise Macleod. EMMS International
Website
https://www.emms.org/get-involved/join-an-event/cycle-nepal-2018/
Email
events@emms.org
Phone
0131 313 3828

Music / Arts

Against the Grain Tour

01 December 2018

St Mary's Church, Moseley, Birmingham B13 8HW

Music / Arts

Against the Grain Tour

01 December 2018

St Mary's Church, Moseley, Birmingham B13 8HW

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7pm

Organisers
Garth Hewitt
Website
www.garthhewitt.org
Email
isobel@amostrust.org
Phone
07976 360844

This event is wheelchair accessible This event is wheelchair accessible