Annual Conference 2018
National Justice and Peace Network in partnership with Housing Justice, Church Action on Poverty, Prison Advice and Care Trust,
Mindful of this inspirational Irish Proverb about the value of Love and connectedness, reminding us that one cannot thrive at the expense of the other, we will explore the meaning of ‘home’ in the context of being a church of the poor, offering a welcome to all.
Friday 20 – Sunday 22 July 2018
The Hayes Conference Centre, Swanwick, Derbyshire.
Rev Al Barrett
Vicar on an estate in East Birmingham, ‘nurturing a church community that is committed to “growing loving community with all our neighbours.”
Senior Lecturer In Theology, Newman University. Movement of Christian Workers
Director of Jesuit Refugee Service UK
John Grogan MP
Member of Parliament for the Constituency of Keighley West Yorkshire
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