Life isn't fair.... "Stuff" happens. How do we deal with suffering?
The historical Anabaptists dealt with suffering and persecution.
This day will be a day of connecting with others from the Network / interested in Anabaptism.
Speakers and topics:
Simon Jones will be talking about his time in Calais - "How Suffering Subverts the Powerful"
James Fehr will be speaking on his work in Lesbos, Greece with the refugees
Graham McKay will end the day with "Compassion, Mental Health and Wellbeing"
Stuart Murray Williams will talk briefly about Anabaptist perspectives on suffering.
There will be plenty of things for children to do - we even have a travelling zoo!
Date, time, venue
7 May 2016, 10:00 - 16:00
Chelmsley Wood Baptist Church, Hedingham Grove, Chelmsley Wood, Solihull, B37 7TP
Public transport: 2.5 miles from Birmingham International rail station, 1.75 miles from Marston Green rail station, 3 trains per hour to Marston Green from Birmingham International & Birmingham New Street - contact email@example.com if you need a lift from the station
Driving and parking: near the M6 & the M42 (exit for the NEC/A446), plenty of free parking at the church
The day will be free with the opportunity to contribute on the day towards costs. In case you want guidance on donation level, the cost per head for catering this year will be £15, which includes lunch
This is a catered event so please advise of dietary requirements. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org with dietary requirements.
If you're bringing children, please advise what age they are.
To book tickets go to https://www.eventbrite.com/e/anabaptist-network-of-communities-day-stuff... or email email@example.com