Why we're having a non-residential autumn lecture in 2019
AUTHOR: ANNE DIXON, CPW trustee
All of our events are educational. We are committed to providing good quality educational opportunities to adult Christians with the aim of building a responsible, informed and active missionary Church.
At CPW we recognise that it is enjoyable and fruitful to learn by coming away from our normal activities and immersing ourselves in a subject for a day or two whilst living in community with other 'learners'. This is our usual methodology and it has proved to be highly effective and rewarding for our participants. We fully intend to continue with this practice. Nevertheless, everyone learns differently and not everyone is able to commit to a residential experience. Also, some of the speakers whom we might wish to offer to our members might be available for hours rather that days.
In the interests of making the most inspiring opportunities available to the widest number of people we have added to our 2019 event calendar an Autumn week day evening Lecture in London.
We hope this event will further enrich our educational offer to existing members whilst extending our appeal to those reluctant to commit to a residential experience. We intend our Autumn speakers to reflect the diversity of our contemporary faith communities whilst serving our core educational purpose.
Our first Autumn Lecture will be delivered by Mr Mike Kane, Shadow Minister for Education and MP for Wythenshawe and Sale East in November 2019 at Maria Fidelis School, Drummond Crescent, Camden, London.