Deanery Synod Meeting

We are delighted to meet at Christ Church, Ware, following their major renovation.  The meeting will contain a presentation from Revd John Hookway (vicar of Christ Church) about the project and its underpinning vision.  There will also be material on how the funds were raised and aspects of responsible Christian stewardship.

There will be an opportunity for members to engage with the Forgiveness Project which is being hosted in the church.  For this reason, we encourage members to arrive from 7pm, when refreshments will be available.

Formal meeting to commence at 7:45pm.

Non-members welcome.

Deanery Synod Meeting

Topic: Environmental Responsibility – Broken World, Radical Solutions

We are delighted to be able to welcome Andy Lester, Conservation Director of A Rocha, a Christian charity working for the protection and restoration of the natural world.  He was recommended to us from the St Albans Diocesan Synod where he gave a stimulating address last year.

Environmental Responsibility is vitally important for our churches, our mission and our own lives.  The talk will have a wide brief – from our own churches to the global extinction of species and our disconnection from nature.

A Rocha has a fascinating website at https://arocha.org.uk/ which shows the spiritual and Christian character of their work.

This event is open to everyone.  We hope you will invite members of your congregation.

Refreshments served from 7:30pm

Licensing of Revd Amanda Duncan

We welcome Revd Amanda to the benefice of High Cross and the benefice of Thundridge (held in plurality).

Institution by the Bishop of Hertford and Installation and Induction by the Archdeacon of Hertford at High Cross Parish Church.

All are welcome: celebrate and pray with Amanda and the parishes at this key moment in their ministries.

Reaching New People Vision Day

To enable leaders / benefices / parishes to explore, in their particular context, how they might reach new people and enable them to grow in faith by developing fresh expressions of church and equipping leaders…

 

Attendance is free and lunch and refreshments will be provided.

If you would like to attend please can you let Linda Watson (RNP Administrator) know.

Multicultural Night

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.

 

Reaching New People Vision Day

To enable leaders / benefices / parishes to explore, in their particular context, how they might reach new people and enable them to grow in faith by developing fresh expressions of church and equipping leaders…

 

Attendance is free and lunch and refreshments will be provided.

If you would like to attend please can you let Linda Watson (RNP Administrator) know.