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Centre For Anabaptist Studies to be launched

The Anabaptist Network, the Mennonite Trust and Bristol Baptist College announce the launch of a new Centre for Anabaptist Studies, based at the College in Bristol.

Why?

The realities of post-Christendom require Christians in western culture to reimagine faith, discipleship, church and mission from the perspective of a minority community. Christians from many traditions are looking to the Anabaptist tradition for insights and resources.

Everyone thinks they're openminded...

...until they meet someone they disagree with...

An evening of diversity, dialogue, discussion and ditties exploring how to embrace open-minded encounters with that which is genuinely other with Simon Perry (author of Atheism after Christendom) and Richard Norman (Vice-President of the British Humanist Association).

At the Union Chapel bar, Islington from 6 pm, Wednesday 2 July (main programme 7.30 - 9.30)

To download a flyer and for more information click here.

New Birmingham Study Group

A new study group will start Sunday April 6 at 21 Westhill Close, Birmingham, B296QQ.

There will be a light meal at 6.30pm and then at 7(ish) we will start the discussing the evening's topic. Phone 0121 472 8107 for more information.

These studies will take place the first Sunday evening of the month.

Tom & Rebecca Yoder Neufeld in the UK

In the autumn of 2014 the Anabaptist Network and the Mennonite Trust have invited Tom & Rebecca Yoder Neufeld to spend two months in the UK. They will be speaking at various events around the country and interacting with many communities linked to the Network. You can see a photo of them below.

Being A Jesus Church

Stuart and Sian Murray Williams will be speaking in Leeds on 26th April on being a Jesus Church. For more information see the event details on the right hand side of the page -under upcoming events.

Anabaptist newsletter winter 2013; Poppy article

In the Winter 2013 edition of the Network’s newsletter, Ian Wilson of the Bristol study group wrote a personal piece about why he could not wear a red poppy for Remembrance Sunday. In response Bob Allaway has written of why he feels he feels compelled to. Please click here to read both articles.

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