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CTCC2020 Programme

The programme for this year's Churches that Change Communities is out now.

If you have already booked in, you should have received a copy in your in-box last week (if you didn't, please email events@jubilee-plus.org to investigate).

If you haven't booked in, you can do so here, or read on first to find out what awaits you:

Churches that Change Communities
7 November 2020 | Online

Programme 

10am         Welcome with Martin Charlesworth and Sam Ward
                   Time of worship
                   Main message – Martin Charlesworth

                   Break

11.15am    Updates
                   Worship song
                   Main message – Rachel Gardner

12noon     Contributions from:

                   The Right Rev Philip North, Bishop of Burnley
                   Helen Barnard, Joseph Rountree Foundation
                   The Right Rev Rose Hudson-Wilkin, Bishop of Dover
                   Krish Kandiah, Home for Good

12.30pm  Close of morning session

Seminar programme

Group 1  (2pm)
Martin Charlesworth, “Poverty busting lifestyle”
Owen Hylton, “The Church and racism”
Steve Petch, "Avoiding burnout"
Steve Whittington, “Creating real community”

Group 2  (2.30pm)
Simon Allen, "Preparing for the long haul".
Andy Biggs, "The challenge of rising debt"
Hannah Bowring, "Care of the Earth"
Nick Priggis, “The challenge of rising unemployment”
Natalie Williams, “The legacy of Coronavirus”

Group 3  (3pm)
Tope Koleoso, “Leadership faith in a time of crisis”
Phil Moore, “Adapting church to these times”
Kate Middleton, "Mental health - navigating the new normal"
Sam Ward, “Being part of deprived communities”

Group 4  (3.30pm)
Keith Brown, "Being a Christian in public life"
Santino & Emma Hamberis, “Empowering vulnerable people”
Angela Kemm & Akhtar Shah, “Living prophetically after COVID-19"
Natalie Williams, “Financing social action in a time of hardship”


What a packed afternoon! The good news is, you don't have to watch them all back to back (or try to watch 4 or 5 at a time). Conference delegates have exclusive access to all the seminars for the rest of November. That should help the long, winter evenings pass more easily.

Ready to book in now? Here's that link again. See you there!