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|Ryan Finnegan 17/03/16|| The Big Church Switch Home Energy Offer
The Big Church Switch calls on churches and individual Christians of all denominations to switch their energy supply from fossil fuels to renewable energy. By using clean, renewable energy we can demonstrate our commitment to care for our neighbours and for the earth.
Christian Aid and Tearfund have worked with consumer buying group the Big Deal to secure a great clean energy offer for homes. The offer is now open but will will close on 27 March 2016.
For more information please visit their website using the link below.
|Ryan Finnegan 15/03/16 Flyer|| Retreat in Daily Life : South Wariwckshire
A retreat, over six weeks, not away from our normal life but in it, taking time to pay attention, reflect and to grow closer to Jesus.
You can choose the time and place of your daily private prayer and negotiate a time and place to have a weekly meeting with your prayer guide. It includes an opening and closing gathering, drawing together the ‘retreat’ as individuals and as a praying community. It starts on 3 April from 6:30pm till 9pm at St Andrews, Shottery.
If you would like to run a retreat in daily life in your parish please visit their website using the link below or for more information please see the attached flyer.
|Matt Jermyn 14/03/16|| Grant-funding
Need a grant for your church, but don’t know who to apply to?
An updated list of charitable grants available to churches has been published on the Parish Resources website. The Grant-funding page on the Diocesan website has a link to that list as well as information about other sources of grants.
|Ryan Finnegan 14/03/16|| Organ Recital – St Peter’s Church, Kineton
On 15 April, at 7:30pm, St Peter’s Church, Kineton welcomes Brian Martin, Fellow of The Royal College of Organists. Brian is a performer, accompanist and teacher who has given many recitals in this country and has broadcast on a number of occasions for BBC3.
Tickets cost £10, which includes an interval drink, and can be purchased by calling Sally on 01926 640 917 or Alex on 01926 642 589.
|Katherine Walakira 29/02/16|| New BCDM Modules after Easter
Do you want to discover one of the least understood books in the Bible? Do you want to see Coventry Cathedral in a new way?
Would you like to gain understanding of what motivated Paul, what his opponents said, and find ways of reading his letters so that they make sense?
Or do you want to gain an overview of the Bible which will help you to place the stories which you already know within the context of the wider biblical story?
Click on the link below to find out more.