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Birmingham Churches Together May 2018

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Birmingham Churches Together
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Celebrating Unity in Mission

We've extended the closing date for our survey to the end of May to ensure as many people respond as possible. 

Add your voice by taking a few minutes to complete our "Celebrating Unity in Mission" survey.

GDPR

At Birmingham Churches Together we are fully aware of the need to be compliant with the new legislation that will become law on 25 May. To this end we are taking the opportunity to upgrade our website and enews template. New systems will be in place before the end of the year.  

Our next Enews

The deadline for receiving content for our next enews is 9.00am on Monday 11th June and the deadline for the next printed publication of BEN is 9.00am on Monday 18 June.

Please send contributions for the website, enewsletter and BEN to: enquiries@birminghamchurches.org.uk

With best wishes

Revd Colin Marsh
Ecumenical Development Officer
Rich Burley
Communications Assistant

Birmingham Churches Together

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Mayor’s Community Weekend - Funding Available

On the weekend of 30 June and 1 July 2018, West Midlands Combined Authority want to encourage communities to come together and celebrate our region’s diversity as part of the Mayor’s Community Weekend.

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Get a Taste for Theology at Queen’s

12th May to 16th June (Two Saturdays and six Wednesday evenings)

Would you like to experience studying Theology for 6 weeks at the Queen’s Foundation?

  • Reflect on how scripture, spirituality and tradition can all be sources of Christian theology
  • Evaluate the value of different approaches to the task of theological study and reflection
  • Carry out a guided task that will involve independent enquiry and theological reflection

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Postgraduate and Professional Development Open Evening

4-7pm, 16th May 

St Hilda Atrium, Newman University, Birmingham B32 3NT

An open evening where you can find out more about postgraduate and professional development courses such as :

  • PGCert Chaplaincy with Young Children
  • MA Contemporary Christian Theology
  • MA Youth and Community Work
  • PGCE Primary and Secondary QTS routes into teaching
  • Foundation degree Social Sciences

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Musical in a Day!

10.30am-6.30pm (performance 5pm), Saturday 19 May

Coton Green Church Centre, Comberford Road, Tamworth, Staffordshire B79 9AA

Composer Roger Jones is turning 70 in May 2018.  To celebrate his birthday, Christian Music Ministries are holding a very special Musical-in-a-day event on Saturday 19th May at the Coton Centre in Tamworth. All singers, instrumentalists and audience are most welcome.

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Ecumenical Estates Group

12 noon, Wednesday 23rd May

Yardley Wood Baptist Church, Yardley Wood Rd, Birmingham, B14 4LS.

Reflecting on local leadership and empowerment.

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A reminder: the contents of this enews do not necessarily reflect the considered views of BCT Trustees or all its member churches. Events are shared in good faith on the basis they are open to Christians of all traditions.


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Vacancies

The following are listed on the vacancies page of our website.

  • Male Befriending Men’s Worker with Restore
  • Administration Assistant for SCM
  • Development Worker with Thrive
  • Children’s Evangelist with Birmingham City Mission
  • Project Manager for Sport 4 Life UK
  • People & Places Programme Manager for Church of England Birmingham
  • Youth and Community Minister, Rowheath Pavilion Church
  • Fast Track Internship with TLG


Volunteering opportunities
  • Narthex (at St John Sparkhill): Advice & Guidance Support, Food Bank
  • Traidcraft Shop Assistants at Carrs Lane church
  • World Prayer Centre: Prayer Researchers
  • CIGB: Workplace Chaplains

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