Multi-faith Networking Day in Wrexham

Glyndwr UniversityOn Tuesday 28th January 2020, Wrexham Glyndwr University is holding another networking event for anyone working in a chaplaincy or other community-based, faith setting. This follows the success of their first, similar networking event in May 2018. They will be looking at topics such as: "Why we become Chaplains", "What inspires us" and the often-raised topic of "Faith and Science". The speakers will include Hannah Waite, Researcher at the Theos Theology Think Tank and Tim Feak, Under-Twenty-Fives Officer for the Diocese of St Asaph. There will also be an interactive discussion panel on identifying common values in multiple faith & belief texts, hosted by the North Wales Scriptural Reasoning Group host. (This group comprises representatives from a variety of faiths - and some with no religious beliefs - who meet regularly to compare religious texts, aiming to come to a shared understanding of some of the key issues facing people today.)

The day will be free to attend and there is ample free parking on the university campus. The venue will be the Catrin Finch Centre, which is situated a few minutes’ walk from Wrexham General station, and on bus routes to and from Wrexham town centre. It is all on one level and fully accessible. The day will start at 9:45 a.m. and finish at 3:30 p.m. with a free buffet lunch provided.

Although the entire event is free of cost to participants, those wishing to attend will need to book a place via EventBrite - an online web facility. You can go directly to this site using the link below.

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