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NEWorkshop

NEWorkshop is Workshop in the North East and in a new format - hence the name!

Workshop is a challenging and inspiring course in Applied Christian Studies. It is currently on offer in Teesside on Saturdays from 10.00 to 6.00 once a month over two years.

To find out more about the modules available and find out more about how the course will run, please go to www.neworkshop.co.uk

Transforming Faith Communities

Michael Bochenski has written a book entitled Transforming Faith Communities. It brings together two of Bochenski's consuming interests: Liberation Theology and Anabaptism.

To find out more about the book click here.

Transforming Faith Communities is available from Amazon. If you are interested in purchasing a copy, you are advised to ignore 'only one in stock' reference. The book will be printed to order and dispatched accordingly.

Anabaptist Network of Organisations

On Wednesday 10 April representatives of various organisations met in Birmingham for a further conversation about their participation in the Anabaptist network of organisations.

Hosted by Noel Moules, this was the third such event and drew together organisations with explicit Anabaptist values and others with similar values and perspectives. The conversation explored ways of partnering together.

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.

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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