How do we labour? Through the practise of vocation - using our gifts and our talents to contribute, to not only the flourishing for our own lives, but for the world around us.
How diversity makes us smarter
Decades of research by organizational scientists, psychologists, etc show that socially diverse groups have better outcomes than homogeneous ones. Affects a church?
What a difference a faith makes
New Philanthropy Capital published a report in November 2016 entitled, 'What a difference a faith makes: Insights on faith-based charities'. What were the key findings?
Hidden rules among classes
Hidden rules are the unspoken cues and habits of a group. If you are in a group, you understand these hidden rules and the danger is you take these for granted that they for everyone.
Social and economic factors in the Black Country - Bilston
@C/O BCUIM, St Peter’s House, Exchange Street, Wolverhampton, WV1 1TS
Mission and ministry in the Black Country. To be effective we need to understand the culture and its shaping by geography, history and economics. Organisations increasingly work in partnership and the Church is often asked to contribute to decision-making processes that affect our communities. This course explains how we might engage with these opportunities and encourages further enquiry. Course over 3 days - Oct, Nov and Jan.
Art awakening humanity - London
@St Stephen Walbrook London EC4N 8BN
A conference that will explore the relationship between art and the spiritual dimension. Various talks and reflections. Held in the context of an exhibition which questions the vanity of worldly existence. ”True art can play an important part in the awakening of humanity.”