Webteam: October 2017
31st OCTOBER 7.30pm at STOKE MANDEVILLE -
A MEETING WITH
REV DAVID HASLAM
David Haslam is now a supernumery minister, but remains very active in his support for those who are on the margins of society. Over the years this has included being part of the struggle against apartheid in South Africa, in support of the dalits (outcasts) of India and at a more local level and personal level, for a more just distribution of wealth. In 2012, he started the Methodist Tax Justice Network.
The Good Faith Book Club, which meets at the Aylesbury Methodist Church, has just finishing reading his book 'A Luta Continua..... The Struggle Continues' in which he talks about the different campaigns that he has been involved in over the years, and about his current support for Tax Justice.
This meeting, at the end of October, is an opportunity to hear more about this work, and to talk with David about the part that we each can play in making our world a fairer one, closer to our vision of the Kingdom of God.
.....SEE FOR DETAILS. For directions click on STOKE MANDEVILLE (above)
You may also be interested in
VALE OF AYLESBURY CIRCUIT HOLIDAY 2018Monday 7th to Friday 11th May 2018You are invited to join Rev Helen Kirk for our 2018 holiday to Dorset. We will be staying at the delightful centrally-situated 3 star Suncliff Hotel in Bournemouth. Cost of the holiday is £355.00 per person, with a single room supplement of £20. ...
Pray with and for the worldwide family of the Methodist people.Methodist Prayer Handbook 2017/2018 is now available to order PUBLICATION DATE: 22nd AUGUST 2017.To order from Methodist Publishing please ...click here: Each new edition of the Methodist Prayer Handbook connects Christians from...
Circuit Caravan and Camping Weekend 2017Due to the success of last year's event and many requests to go again this year 13 units including 26 adults and four children from 5 different churches attended the weekend at Anita's Camping site near Banbury. As can be seen from the photograph we had a rally field to ourselves and were able to appreciate the wonderful country...
Methodist church School Room