Our latest exhibition The Eye as Witness: Recording the Holocaust, from National Holocaust Centre and Museum and University of Nottingham, examines the photographs taken during the Holocaust and asks the question; through who’s eyes are we seeing the past?
Opening event on Thursday 9th January from 5.30 – 7pm. Hear a talk from National Holocaust Centre from 6pm and have a first look around the exhibition. Refreshments provided.
NB: The Peace Museum is not open everyday. Please check their website
Will you be using them in your parish?
More details from http://www.paxchristi.org.uk
An opportunity, over a number of evenings, to join with other Christians concerned about the climate crisis in a context of worship and teaching to develop Leeds based initiatives to raise awareness and promote change through non violent direct action.
The evening will be hosted by Rev’d Jon Swales (Lighthouse, Leeds) and the CCA community
Dates of Meetings : Each evening will be different but feel free to just attend one meeting.
Militarism and the Climate Crisis are inseparable. The US military is the largest institutional consumer of oil in the world, outputting higher carbon emissions than most countries. Armed forces emissions have traditionally been excluded from national reduction targets and have continued to rise, while our dependence on fossil fuels continues to drive conflict and war.
The interdependence of nuclear weapons and civilian nuclear power in terms of skills and public resources means that the UK government continues to champion expensive new nuclear at the expense of genuinely clean wind, wave and sun power.
Catholic People’s Weeks is a not-for-profit volunteer-led organisation that runs holidays that ‘make a difference’ – known as Catholic People’s Weeks. The organisation’s mission, and therefore the mission of each holiday, is to revitalise the heart, mind and spirit of Catholic people today.In the Winter they hold a weekend event and this one is at our Diocesan Pastoral centre Hinsley Hall.
On Saturday 15th their keynote speaker will be David McLoughlin, Emeritus Fellow of Christian Theology at Newman University, Birmingham. In his research he explores the relationship between theology and everyday life. On the challenge of prophetic imagination in 2020, David says “in every age we need men and women who open up for us the prophetic imagination of a Moses at the burning bush, or Hosea and Amos in a time of national crisis and of Jesus in his time”. David has also worked extensively with CAFOD over the years.
This Church Action on Poverty Sunday, through our gifts and prayers, we can give people like Martin the opportunity to speak truth to power.
- Hold a soup lunch
Take a collection
Use our worship resources to reflect and pray for change.
Church Action on Poverty provide packs of fundraising resources and worship materials to help you make the most of Church Action on Poverty Sunday. Please see their website for details.
Booking opens in February. It’s not a cheap weekend but some bursaries from NJPN are available and it is always an engaging and challenging weekend where people come back refreshed and determined to do more to build God’s Kingdom.
https://www.justice-and-peace.org.uk/conference/ for details, or contact: email@example.com, Tel: 020 7901 4864