The Naked Anabaptist (Birmingham)

05/04/2013 - 18:00
07/04/2013 - 14:00

Woodbrooke Quaker Study Centre in Selly Oak, Birmingham, is presenting a weekend course based on Stuart Murray's book, The Naked Anabaptist. There is also a 'day conference' option on Saturday 6 April, when Stuart and Karen Stallard will be speaking.

Further information at:

Informal Church - Central London

A new initiative at Bloomsbury Baptist Church in Central London was launched on Sunday 7 October - Informal Church - regular evening events based on the Anabaptist Network's core convictions.

Further information on the flyer below.

Prophetic Voices - Belfast

09/11/2012 - 00:00
09/11/2012 - 23:59

On Friday 9 November the 'Prophetic Voices' tour comes to Belfast, hosted by Irish Baptist Networks and Contemporary Christianity.

Roy Searle from the Northumbria Community and Stuart Murray Williams from the Anabaptist Network will be leading a day exploring the contemporary significance of the Anabaptist and Celtic traditions and the influence of 'new monasticism'.

Further details at, or view the brochure by clicking here.

Prophetic Voices - Cliff College

14/11/2012 - 00:00
14/11/2012 - 23:59

On Wednesday 14 November, Cliff College in Derbyshire will be hosting 'Prophetic Voices' - an opportunity to consider the relevance of the Anabaptist and Celtic traditions for the contemporary church and to investigate the phenomenon of 'new monasticism'.

Roy Searle from the Northumbria community and Noel Moules from the Anabaptist Network will be leading this day.

Further details at

New Group in South Wales

The first meeting of the new Anabaptist group in South Wales starts with a shared meal on Friday 16 November at 6.30pm. It will be hosted by Steve & Judith Kings at 76, High Street, Abertridwr, Caerphilly CF83 4FD.

If you are interested, you can contact them on (029) 2083 1099 or 07970 501165.

New General Secretary of the Church and Peace Network

Davorka Lovreković has been appointed as the new General Secretary of Church and Peace, the ecumencial European peace church network, from 2013.

Read more here

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