Three Interesting Things to Know about ….

1. The Modern Churchpeople’s Union (MCU) organises an annual residential conference and they are offering free places to students who would be prepared to help at the conference. The conference takes place from Tuesday 14th to Friday 17th July at High Leigh Conference Centre, Hoddesdon, Herts, UK. The title of the conference is Liberal Faith Today and Tomorrow.

For an opportunity to join in with this please contact us, by phoning 01443 654060 or click here to email

2. Pontypridd Christians Together are holding an event called Action for Homeless People on Thursday 5th March at 7:15 p.m. at St.David’s Uniting Church on GelliwastadPontypridd. The event offers an opportunity to hear more about some of the issues surrounding the problem of homelessness and to share examples of the good work and success stories in Rhondda-Cynon-Taff.

Speakers include people involved in a variety of initiatives aimed at providing support to homeless people in the area and there will be an opportunity to chat informally to individuals with first-hand experience of working with these groups.

3. The Fellowship of Reconciliation are holding a conference between 3-5 July called Nonviolence : A (Practical) tool for Change. The weekend is aimed at 18-30(ish) year-olds who are interested, active and/or engaged in peace and conflict issues and who want to explore nonviolence and its uses. It offers the opportunity for those new to the subject, or old-time campaigners, to learn new skills, practise applying them, and discuss nonviolence as a tool for social change.

The weekend is being held at the Guy Chester Centre in North London. There are a limited number of travel bursaries and subsidised places available. If booked before 1 June the cost is £45, after this it increases to £55. For more information, phone 01865 250781 0r click here to email

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