We are delighted to be returning to Cliff College for our next District Representative Synod.
Sharing Stories of God at work in our lives is a life-giving part of flourishing Christian communities. Yet our churches so often lack confidence or imperative to share. We will explore the impacts of telling and listening to stories, and try out a range of ways to get started. As well as our usual synod business, overseeing the life of our District.
Worship will be led by Revd Ashley Cooper and the students at Cliff College, Holly Adams, Evangelism and Contemporary Culture Officer from the Evangelism & Growth team will be the keynote speaker, and we will also be joined by Paul Cookson, a poet and performer who has written a poem a day (sometimes more) since the start of the Covid epidemic.
In the afternoon there will be there will be 5 workshops exploring this theme further:-
Each workshop will run twice.
Synod is open for all to attend, but please make sure you use the correct ticket option for registering. A free lunch will be provided
You can register up to 5 people at a time. Details, including workshop choices, are requested as part of this process.
The link to register is: https://2022springsynod.eventbrite.co.uk
Registration closes at 10am on Monday 28 March