Wed 1 Feb, 1pm: Fellowship of St Ethelburga’s: Women’s interfaith council Comfort Fearon will be introducing our conversation this month which will look at inter religious violence and its multiple underlying causes, particularly in Northern Nigeria, where violence is often perpetuated in the name of religion. Comfort and her husband (Josiah Fearon, who is Secretary General of the Anglican Communion) brings deep experience to this issue and to the work of peacebuilding generally. St Ethelburga’s Church,78 Bishopsgate, London EC2N 4AG 020 7496 1610
Sun 5th Feb Muslim Welfare House Neighbourhood Open Day as part of the national #Visitmymosque initiative. 12.00-17.00 All welcome:Exhibition, films and tour of the mosque, as well as henna and Arabic calligraphy. Please RSVP Ahmed Khelloufi, email@example.com Address: 233 Seven Sisters Road, London, N4 2DA See also Finsbury Park Mosque eighth annual neighbourhood open day and local initiatives, part of the Muslim Council of Britain).
Tuesday 6th Feb 7-9pm Science, Justice, Faith and Care for the Earth: An interdisciplinary discussion on Pope Francis’ Encyclical Letter, Laudato Si’ A panel of eminent speakers including Prof Clare Grey, Richard Solly of London Mining Network, Dr Martin Poulsom of Heythrop College. Prof Anne Power of LSE will chair. Explore the science, faith, and action required to deal with climate change! Venue: Cruciform Building, UCL at 7 pm, for this free event.. Event is organised by the Newman House Chaplaincy and Westminster Justice and Peace. Register at http://laudatosiucl.eventbrite.com
Tues 7th Feb Tales of Refuge 7:00 PM – A screening of “Welcome to Canada”, a new film from the Global Oneness Project – will be followed by conversation with writer and traveller along the migrant trail, Bruna Kadletz, and Executive director of the Global Oneness Project Emmanuel Vaughan-Lee.
St Ethelburga’s Church,78 Bishopsgate, London EC2N 4AG 020 7496 1610
Wed 8th Feb After the Jungle, 7:00pm – 9:00pm Caritas Westminster and Capital Mass are hosting an event for those interested in finding out more about the situation in Calais after the destruction of the refugee camp. Come along to hear about the work of Brother Johannes at the Maria Skobtsova House, see two short films made by refugees living in the camp, and discuss the next steps for helping refugees. RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org or follow this link: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/after-the-jungle-what-next-tickets-30072945991 At: Christ Church Spitalfields, Commercial St, London E1 6LY, UK.
Tues 14th Feb Show the Love Green Hearts Campaign. See Climate Coalition website for ideas of how to show that you want to survive climate change. www.climatechange.org
Saturday 18 February 2017 10.30 – 4.00 NJPN Open Networking Day Oxford Place Centre, Oxford Place, Leeds LS1 3AX ‘Towards a Listening Church’ A joint day with Leeds Justice & Peace Commission Book at:
Sat 25 Feb, 11am: People of the Earth – sowing seeds of human connection Hosted and organised by participants of our People of the Earth programme, this will be a day of connection and creativivity for refugees, asylum seekers, Londoners, and relevant organisations. Music, food, traditional story telling, exhibitions, and conversation will be on offer. St Ethelburga’s Church,78 Bishopsgate, London EC2N 4AG 020 7496 1610
Wed 1st Mar London Ash Wednesday Witness against nuclear weapons
Horseguards Avenue 3:00 pm – 4:30 pm
Tues 7th Mar, 14th Mar, 21st Mar and 28th Mar from 7pm to 8.30pm Westminster Diocese Lent Talks 2017 Season of “Faith Matters” talks, organised by the Agency for Evangelisation.. . Building on the Holy Year of Mercy and the Holy Father’s recent letter at the close of the Year inviting us to go on opening new doors of mercy, we have chosen “Faces of Mercy” as the theme of our four talks. Speakers include Fr Geoffrey Wheaton SJ, Sarah Teather, Peter Scott and Mgr. Roger Reader. Main conference room at Vaughan House, Francis Street SW1P 1QN