A Clash of Cultures? Choreographing Church and Civic Events to engage and include different faiths and cultures
Wednesday 14 November 12.00 – 14.00
Lewis Jones Suite, Carnegie Stadium, St Michael's Lane, Headingley,LeedsLS6 3BR
Churches are places of gathering and welcome for the community, often involved in civic events like Armistice Day and in responding to local, national and international crises and grief, as well as offering weekly and seasonal services, which are open to all. Join staff and students at UK Centre for Events Management in exploring how to welcome anyone into your church or event, considering the practical implications and different cultural needs involved.
Arranged by Faithful Neighbours which is the Presence and Engagement hub based in the Anglican Diocese of Leeds, encouraging churches to share across faiths.
|Event held by||Faithful Neighbours, UK Centre for Events Management|
|Contact||Emily TIdball or Kaneez Khan|
|Telephone||0113 3530 230|
|Event categories||Conference/seminar/talk/workshop, Dialogue/discussion|
|Important information||Please bring along examples of the types of events, including services, which you run or would like to run, for a hands-on, interactive session.
Register at: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/a-clash-of-cultures-choreographing-church-and-civic-events-to-engage-and-include-different-faiths-tickets-48330144764