Event List

  • Human Trafficking- Responding Locally
    Human Trafficking- Responding Locally
    Tuesday 20th February 2018
    6:30pm-8:30pm
    St Anne's Church, Underwood Road, London E1 5AW

    Join us for an evening of practical advice on combatting human trafficking and modern slavery in your community
    Speakers Include:
    Bishop Nicholas Hudson
    Mick Duthie + Phoebe Prendergast from the Santa Marta Group
    Metropolitan Police
    Caritas Westminster

    Click here to RSVP or call 020 7931 6077,
    or email caritaswestminster@rcdow.org.uk

  • Symbols of Faith course
    Symbols of Faith course
    Tuesday 27th February 2018
    7:30pm-9:30pm
    CHURCH OF ST THOMAS OF CANTERBURY 60 RYLSTON ROAD FULHAM, LONDON SW6 7HW

    The Workshop will enable you to: 

         - Develop an understanding of faith formation for people with learning disabilities 

         - Understand how people with learning disabilities can be prepared to celebrate the sacraments of baptism, first communion, and confirmation 

         - Share experiences of good practice 

         - Be introduced to diocesan resources

    For further Information and booking please contact Finola Ryan  

    finolaryan@rcdow.org.uk / 07525 812518

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