Before Women's Voices ...

Date: 2nd November 2018

Time: 15:30 - 21:30

In recent years a wealth of research has been done into how women come to faith, and experience God, church and sin.  The first Women's Voices conference was a response to women's experiences of preaching, from both sides.

This year, on the afternoon and evening of the Women's Voices conference, Revd Dr Kim Wasey, newly-appointed Principal of Open College, Luther King House, and Revd Liz Shercliff, Director of Studies for Readers will explore what we know about how women experience worship and preaching in church.  The evening is of particular relevance to ministers, preachers and pastoral carers who want to consider how we might tailor our own practice to be more inclusive of women.

Programme

3.30pm     Arrive and tea

4.00pm     Introductions

4.15pm     Session 1: Women as Hearers of Preaching (Liz Shercliff)

6pm          Dinner

7pm          Session 2: Women and Communion (Kim Wasey)

8.30pm     Evening Prayer

9.15pm     Bar open

Venue: Foxhill House and Woodland, Tarvin Road, Frodsham CW6 6XB

To book, click on the link below or contact Jane Hood jane.hood@chester.anglican.org 
01928 718834 ext 257
There is no charge for this event.

Overnight accommodation (for which there will be a charge) can be booked direct with Foxhill House and Woodland 01928 733777

https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/womens-voices-2018-evening-session-tickets-44632939323

 

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