eBulletin from the Diocese of Coventry
|Graeme Pringle 09/07/15|| eBulletin during the summer
There is still time to get an article distributed prior to the summer break, but the deadline for submitting it is Thursday 16 July. All articles must be submitted via the diocesan website, and there is a link at the top of every eBulletin.
The first eBulletin after the break will be distributed on Saturday 5 September (or shortly after). For an article to be included in that eBulletin, it must be submitted by Thursday 5 September.
|Will Jones 08/07/15|| Competition: Fundraising idea of the year
Have an ingenius idea for fundraising? It could win you up to £10,000! Ecclesiastical Insurance in partnership with the Church Times has announced a competition to find the fundraising idea of the year. There is a first prize of £10,000 for an innovative idea with community involvement that could be used by other churches. Click below for more information.
Website: Competition website
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|Ryan Finnegan 09/07/15 Poster|| Baked Alaska – 18 September
As part of the Reconciling a Wounded Planet Conference, Riding Lights are performing a specially commissioned environmental play. This will take place at Coventry Cathedral on Friday 18 September at 7:30pm.
There are a limited amount of tickets available for the public to buy, available via the Riding Lights website which you can visit by using the link below. For more information please see the attached poster.
|Ryan Finnegan 08/07/15 Booking Form Poster|| The Beautiful Burial Ground – 15 September
Caring for God’s Acre is the national charity for the conservation of churchyards and burial grounds. They are holding a conference called ‘The Beautiful Burial Ground’ on Tuesday 15 September at Northgate House Conference Centre, Warwick.
The conference is for people involved with, or interested in, managing burial grounds. The aim is to inspire and support people managing these special places. Churchyards/burial grounds can act as a bridge between the church and the wider community and this event will help equip people with the skills to unlock the potential of their burial ground.
For more information please see the attached poster.
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