Ever heard of Crowdfunding?
David Primrose is crowdfunding for a post in Staffordshire.
interested in following the campaign?
Then click this link for more involvement: www.crowdfunder.co.uk/places-of-welcome
Simon Foster writes…
“…David Primrose wants you to know about the launch of our research Christians in Practice, which will take place on Thursday 19 October 2017 in the West Midlands.”
“Our research, backed by CUF, Arthur Rank Centre, and the dioceses of Lichfield and Birmingham, has surveyed over 1,000 Church of England churchgoers in 32 congregations, and we’re interviewing 30 individuals in depth, to explore how Christians regard the connection between faith and practice. Like our previous research, What Helps Disciples Grow, we’re shaping a research report and launch event to provide practical learning for the church. The results are pouring in at the moment. The responses I’m seeing to questions like ‘how could your church help you connect your faith and your community activity?’ promise some very interesting reflection on the day.”
“If you’re interested, please put the date in your diary. We’ll add your name to our regular mailing list and send you more details in the coming weeks.”
Project website: www.christiansinpractice.net
St Peter’s Saltley Trust: www.saltleytrust.org.uk
You’re most likely to speak to project researcher Simon Foster (right). He’s been at Saltley Trust for 2 years and previously led the What Helps Disciples Grow project.
You might also meet Elizabeth Bramley (CUF Researcher) or Dr Ian Jones, Saltley Trust’s Director (left).
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Serving areas in and around Walsall, Wolverhampton, part of Sandwell, Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire, Telford & Wrekin and much of Shropshire.
www.lichfield.anglican.org – where the Transforming Communities webpages are currently being up-dated to include information about issues such as accessibility and disability; debt counselling; diversity and inclusivity; elderly; environmental concerns; family support; health, mental health and well-being; homelessness; offenders and prisons; interfaith relationships; issues of human sexuality; refugees, asylum seekers and migrant workers; rural matters; work and the economy. There are also links to HealthCare and Prison Chaplaincy and to other organizations with whom we work closely.
Our website is www.cofe-worcester.org.uk
The website contains pages on:
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