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Ryan Finnegan
 Life to the full? - York Advent Course 2018

"Life to the full?" is a brand new 4-session ecumenical course for discussion groups ideal for Advent (or any time of year). Course author Matt Woodcock features on the accompanying audio material, with contributions from churchgoers of different denominations.

Modern mindfulness techniques stress the importance of emptying yourself in order to feel better inside. Not so with the Christian faith. Our chief pursuit is fullness. ‘I have come so that they may have life, and have it to the full’, says Jesus Christ.

For more information please click the link below.

  Website:  www.yorkcourses.co.uk/product/life-to-the-full/

Ryan Finnegan
 Daring to See God Now - York Lent Course 2019

Daring to See God Now is an ecumenical course for discussion groups in five sessions, written by Bishop Nick Baines, comprising course booklet, audio material and transcript and is ideal for Lent, yet not Lent-specific.

Mark’s Gospel begins with Jesus ‘proclaiming the Good news of God’. But, what is this ‘good news’, and who is it for? Taking Mark 1.14-15 as a starting point, this course raises important questions about change, repentance, and how we can become in ourselves living evidence of the good news.

For more information please see the attached leaflet and visit the York Courses website by clicking the link below.

  Website:  www.yorkcourses.co.uk/product/daring-to-see-god-now-2/

Ryan Finnegan
 Remembrance Resources for the Armistice Centenary 2018

The Anglican Pacifist Fellowship has produced some Remembrance Resources for the Armistice Centenary 2018 which some people may find useful.

If you are interested in these resources please click the link below to download a copy.

  Website:  www.anglicanpeacemaker.org.uk/wp-content/uploads/2018/07/

Ryan Finnegan
 City Praise and Prayer - 11 November 2018

City Praise and Prayer is a bi-annual event which draws churches together across Coventry to worship together and to pray with one voice for the Kingdom of God to come in our city. This is very much a ‘combined churches’ event organised and led by various church leaders but to date CLM has played a key role in the organisation of the evenings and they have been privileged to be the host venue.

The next City Praise and Prayer is scheduled for the evening of Sunday 11 November 2018.

For more information please visit the CLM website by clicking the link below.

  Website:  www.clmchurch.co.uk/about/city-prayer-praise/

Ryan Finnegan

 Hope and Justice Conference - 17 November

On 17 November Christian Aid is holding a regional conference in Coventry for supporters who give, act and pray across the West Midlands for Christian Aid and the life-changing work of its international partners.

Find out from Nick Guttman, Head of Humanitarian at Christian Aid, about natural and humanitarian disasters and how your support brings hope to vulnerable communities. Join in a ‘big conversation’ about Gods Heart for Justice, discovering the difference your campaigning makes. Meet others from across the region who organise Christian Aid in their churches and communities.

Book your free ticket today by clicking the link below.

  Website:  www.eventbrite.com/e/hope-justice-christian-aid-supporters-conference