The Essential Guide to Mental Health and Wellbeing in Young People
1 in 8 young people in the UK have a diagnosed Mental Health problem. This one day series of workshops is geared at anyone in the faith sector, who wants to support young people and explore how to effectively offer them the help they need.
Venue: St Peters Baptist Church, Worcester Cost: £45
Date: Saturday 21st September Time: 9 - 4 pm
To register for a place please visit www.talkthrough.org.uk/events
In the beginning was the Word… join us this summer and make these words echo with your own. Poetry can help us understand the world around us, shine new light in dark corners, and express ourselves in fresh ways.
Here at Lichfield Cathedral, we are inviting you to write new poems inspired by the awe and wonder of the anniversary of the Moon landing and that one small step for humanity, to reflect on the origins of the universe and the vastness of space, light and time, and to explore our fragile earth through the themes of creation and cosmology, space travel and astronomical discovery.
Find your words. The Word @LichfieldCathedral
The deadline for entries to the competition is 3rd October 2019, National Poetry Day. Please encourage your parishioners, congregations, friends and contacts to enter. You’ll find all the details on the Cathedral website, along with entry forms: https://www.lichfield-cathedral.org/journeys/the-word-poetry-competition
All shortlisted poems will be displayed in the Cathedral and for adults there is a cash prize of £100 for the winning poem, £50 for second place and £25 for third place. Schools and school-age students have been contacted separately.
Please see appropriate page for training opportunities
EASY FIRST STEPS
- in meeting my neighbours of others faiths
2nd November in London
14th March in West Yorkshire
Open to anyone - particularly those who have not engaged with people of others faiths before
Full details here
A shared initiative with the Baptist Union