Posted: Tuesday 17th March 2020
Faith and Food
These, usually monthly, events give members of St Anne’s an opportunity to eat together and have a facilitated discussion lead by a guest speaker.
We meet at 7pm in the Rectory at 55 Dean St and end with night prayer at about 9pm. Recent evenings have discussed the nature of belief, Coptic Christianity, liturgy, transgender issues, science v religion, faith and disability and the writings of St Paul, and theatre, prison and college chaplaincies. Guest speakers have included representatives from charities such as The Samaritans and Centrepoint, along with a mixture of clergy and lay people with insights to share. Always relaxed and informative these hugely enjoyable evenings are a particularly good way for people new to St Anne’s to get to know others, and for those new to faith to think about different aspects of the Christian life or of ‘life in general’ from a Christian perspective.
March: Wednesday 25th-What does it mean to be an Evangelical? with Rev’d Liz Goddard, Vicar of St James the Less. CANCELLED
April: Wednesday 29th- Faith in Medicine with Dr Daniel Tsang
May: Wednesday 27th- Ending homelessness, rebuilding lives: the work of St Mungo’s with Community Co-ordinator Kirsty Purnell.
It is essential to reserve a place for these evenings: email@example.com
Min donation towards food costs- £5.
There are no faith and food suppers in August or December.