The Susanna Wesley Foundation has adopted a ‘default veg’ policy, whereby vegetarian food will be offered by default at catered events, with meat available if requested. ‘Default Veg’ is an initiative by CreatureKind. As they state on their website, “Reducing consumption of animal products has a wide range of benefits. For the environment, it reduces […]
Still time to sign up for the 6-week online course on Women, Leadership and Ministry through Catherine of Siena College, led by Esther Stevenson. Cost is only £150. Course runs Feb 5 – Mar 23, 2018. This course will focus in particular on recent developments in women’s formal and informal church leadership roles. Drawing from a variety […]
Modem – a hub for leadership, management and ministry – holds its annual conference December 7-8 at Sarum College, Salisbury. This year’s theme is What is the Church For? Mobilizing and Organizing beyond Sunday morning Featuredspeakers are Prof Mike Higton and Dr Graham Adams. Click here for more information and to register.
Theme: Changing Church Hosts: The Susanna Wesley Foundation of the University of Roehampton Date: Wednesday, 6 September 2017 Venue: University of Roehampton, London. Thank you to all who participated. The day opened up many conversations which we hope to build on in the future. Materials are now available on this page (part 3).
On Wednesday 20th January 2016, the University of Roehampton celebrated the launch of the UK publication, Catholic Women Speak: Bringing Our Gifts to the Table. Catholic Women Speak is a groundbreaking, thought-provoking anthology of essays on women and family life that asks questions and explores issues that do not find space for open discussion in the […]
MODEM’S 2015 conference was held at Sarum College on 3/4 December. Some 40 delegates heard keynote talks from Professor Veronica Hope Hailey, Dean of the School of Management at the University of Bath on Faith in the future – learning to trust, and Revd Dr Justin Lewis-Anthony, Associate Dean of Students at Virginia Theological Seminary […]