Postponed as a result of unforeseen circumstances.
New date to be announced soon – watch this space…
An evening with Rachel Allen, Spiritual Care Lead at Isabel Hospice: a space to be honest about those things we find difficult or fearful around death; a time to think about how we would like to end our time on Planet Earth; an opportunity to connect with our own sources of comfort, strength and hope. Ultimately, it’s an evening about life. And it’s for people of all religions and none.
ReNew St Albans are pleased to host Amaris Cole, the Digital Communications Manager from the Church of England’s Communications team for a training session on how we might optimise the use of Social Media and other digital platforms.
All are welcome. This is an event for clergy, PCC members and anyone with an interest in using digital technology to promote their church’s mission.
This session will be an introduction to the digital platforms your church can use to reach new people in your community and encourage growth in your church through digital evangelism, discipleship and promotion of the common good. We will look at Facebook and how churches should use this platform, think about your audiences online and how to write for them and introduce safeguarding considerations. We will also look at A Church Near You and show churches how either to use this platform as a free, secure church website or as a signpost to their own site.
Refreshments will be served.
Please book via email to Dave via the address on the image.
This is an event organised by East Herts District Council, but the Ware Churches Together have been involved and all are invited.
Contact Revd David Sheppard at St Mary’s Ware if you think you might be able to help represent the Christian faith.
The well-known saying ‘culture eats strategy for breakfast’ suggests that even our best efforts to evangelise and grow churches can be thwarted if the culture of local churches is not supportive of and undergirding this intent. This day will explore what culture is and how to read it, the ways in which culture and strategy interact (sometimes badly) and suggest ways of reshaping the culture in order that growth might be released as part of normal church life. The day will include biblical study, practical teaching and plenty of interaction.
£28 for the first person and £15 for each additional person from the same church
For more information to book click here. (CPAS website)
“Out of Step? Christ-like living in today’s world”
John Risbridger from Above Bar Church in Southampton will unpack teaching on holy living from 1 Peter chapters 1 and 2. See website for more information.
The event is free to attend. Donations are invited.
Always a fabulous celebration of music, food, art and fun, the Annual Multicultural Night at All Nations Christian College is a great way to mark the end of the academic year – whether you’re a student or not…
This event is FREE, simply turn up on the night! We look forward to celebrating with you.