Zoom meetings for May
Although we laugh – and perhaps sigh – at the thought of yet another Zoom call, we are finding our weekly Zoom meetings during this season have been a literal God-send. They have enabled us to connect with a range of people across the country, sharing our ideas and learning from theirs as we strive to meet the needs of the most vulnerable in our communities.
So we have lined up some more for May and the beginning of June. We’d love to see you at one or more of them. They each last 45 minutes, and are limited to 20 participants so that everyone is able to participate. Make sure you book your place in advance so you don’t miss out.
Wednesday 13 May – Biblical perspectives on coronavirus – Martin Charlesworth will help us to take a step back and look at what the Bible teaches us about illness and crisis. 2:30pm repeated at 3:30pm.
Wednesday 20 May – Refugees and Asylum Seekers – members of the Jubilee+ Refugees Network will help us to understand the issues faced during lockdown and how we can support refugees and asylum seekers during this time. 2:30pm repeated at 3:30pm.
Wednesday 3 June (please note that there is ONE call for each context):
– Coronavirus in urban contexts – what is the impact of coronavirus in cities, and how can urban churches respond? 2.30pm
– Coronavirus in seaside contexts – what is the impact of coronavirus on seaside towns, and how can coastal churches respond? 3.30pm
– Coronavirus in rural contexts – what is the impact of coronavirus in rural areas, and how can rural churches respond?4.30pm