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Ryan Finnegan

 BCDM Celebration

The Bishops Certificate in Discipleship and Mission will be holding a Celebration day on Sunday 24 March to recognise those who have reached milestones in the BCDM so far, and to provide a good overview for anyone who would like to be involved. It will take place at St Nicholas' Church, Kenilworth from 3pm till 5pm.

It will be a fantastic occasion and we would love to see you there.

  Website:  www.dioceseofcoventry.org/BCDM/modules

Anna Laycock
 Empowered - connecting faith with the next generation

A one day symposium to share ideas and think about nurturing faith in children - for parents and those who work with children in schools and churches.

Saturday 12 October 2019
9.30am - 4pm
Harris School, Rugby

Keynote Speaker: Lynn Alexander - author of 'Children, Families and God - drawing the generations together to change the world'

Look out for further details and save the date!

Ryan Finnegan

Booking form
 Roy Godwin speaking at The Well in May

The Well is pleased to announce the return of speaker Roy Godwin for a Listening to God teaching day on Saturday 18 May at St Paul's Church, Leamington Spa, entitled: "Where the Spirit of the Lord is, there is Freedom!" 2 Corinthians 3:17.

Tickets cost £20 before the 21 March, and £25 afterwards, and are available through the website link below, or by posted booking form (attached). Recordings from our previous Listening to God conference with J John, "Ransomed, Healed, Restored, Forgiven" in February are now available from the following website www.wellhealing.org/2019/02/19/j-john-talks-available

  Website:  Online booking

Anna Laycock
 Social Media Training Day - 19 June

The Church of England's digital team will be coming up from London to deliver this social media training day to churches in the Diocese of Coventry. The day is aimed at anyone who assists with or runs their church's social media channels or website.

The day will run from 10am to 4pm on the 19th June at St Mark's Church in Leamington Spa. We will be asking for attendees to give a £5 donation per person on the day as a nominal contribution towards lunch and other costs.

Click the link below to sign up.

  Website:  Tickets

Ryan Finnegan

 Eco Church and Cherishing Churchyards meetings

The Fifth Mark of Mission of the Anglican Communion is 'To strive to safeguard the integrity of creation, and sustain and renew the life of the earth'. As an Eco Diocese, we work towards for this through Eco Church (32 churches signed up and 9 with awards) and through 'Cherishing Churchyards'.

At these meetings at St Andrew's Rugby (5 March) and St Peter's Wellesbourne (1 April) find out about Eco Church and also the Cherishing Churchyards programme, which is repeating this summer after a number of good events across the Diocese last year. How could you and your church care better for God's creation? For more information, see the posters.