Over the next few months the Methodist Church are hosting several webinars to be an online space to think about the connection between social justice and evangelism. These webinars are open to anyone who wants to listen, learn, and share in conversation with others.
Below is a summary of what will be covered, visit the Methodist Church website for full details.
Connecting with communities on social housing estates with Revd Sara Barron, Executive Director of the National Estates Churches Network 7-8pm, Tuesday 8 November 2022
How can we connect and support residents and practitioners on social housing estates to enable people to flourish and discover hope together?
The role of Food Pantries in the cost of living crisis with James Henderson from Church Action on Poverty: 7-8pm, Tuesday 22nd November, 2022.
Everybody should have access to good food. Everybody values community. Your Local Pantries provide both – and more.
A theological reflection on social justice and evangelism with Deacon Mel Beaven and Revd Christine Dutton, tutors from The Queen’s Foundation for Ecumenical Theological Education, Birmingham 7-8pm, Tuesday 10 January 2023
What does the bible have to say about social justice and evangelism, and what difference does this make?
Health inequalities and the gospel with Dr Richard Vautrey 7-8pm, Tuesday 7 February 2023
We know health inequalities exist across the UK, we will think about the impact on people, alongside how the gospel helps us to respond.
Prison Chaplaincy and ministry to ex-offenders: with Deacon Sue Culver and Karen Brown 7-8pm, Tuesday 11 April 2023
What does ‘good news’ look like to people within our prison system. What is God’s invitation to us as individuals and churches?