Your Special Invitation
This Saturday, November 5th 2022, The Catholic Association for Racial Justice (CARJ) will have its AGM with the Business meeting at 11-12 noon.
Chine McDonald was born in Nigeria and moved to the UK when she was four years old. She read Theology at Cambridge University before training as a newspaper journalist. She was also head of ‘public engagement’ at Christian Aid, and is a regular contributor to BBC Religion and Ethics programmes, including Thought for the Day, the Daily Service and Prayer for the Day. Her first book was titled “Am I beautiful”. She sits on the boards of several charities including Greenbelt Festival, Christians in Media, and Christians Against Poverty. She is also the Director of Theos, the religion and society think tank. Her second book, “God is not a white man” was published last year.
At 1pm after Lunch there will be a talk given by the author of ”God is not a White Man,” Chine McDonald, on the topic “God, race and the imago Dei: black women in the Church”.
Venue: St Thomas More Church Hall, 9 Henry Road, London N4 2LH
There is an option for Participation by Zoom. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org for information.
Other Details for the AGM
Extraordinary General Meeting 10.00-10.45am
AGM Business Meeting 11:00am – 12.00pm
Lunch, AGM Talk and Activities from 1pm
Further information and booking: It is helpful, for catering purposes, to know in advance who is coming. Please contact: Catholic Association for Racial Justice (CARJ), 9 Henry Road, London N4 2LH (020 8802 8080), email@example.com
Directions: St Thomas More Church is a short walk from Manor House Underground Station. Leave the Station via Exit 5; and walk along Seven Sisters Road toward Finsbury Park Station. Take the first turning on the left (Portland Rise) and then the second turning on the right (Henry Road). Anyone who is driving has to enter the complex of streets around Henry Rd by turning off Green Lanes into Gloucester Drive.