HOPE Twenty14 ‘Bridging Cultures’

HOPE imagePlans are in place for the annual HOPE Twenty14  ‘Bridging Cultures’ programme.
Wednesday 2nd to Saturday 5th July
Timings: Wednesday evening; then afternoon and evening on the next three days.
The main location is Christchurch Sparkbrook.

This event is designed for Christians who want to learn more about sharing their faith with people of other faiths.

James Lynch, Dave & Helen Smithers- part of the Interserve Birmingham team; Markus from ‘Reach Across’ and other Birmingham based contributors are delivering the training sessions for the participants.

Click on the this link to see the short video about the course.

What is the HOPE Course?

A three and half day cross-cultural experience
An introduction in understanding people from other cultures and faiths

The programme consists of worship, teaching, social action projects, fun activities, great food and meeting new friends.

The course also gives an overview of cross cultural work that goes on within the Sparkbrook and Sparkhill areas of Birmingham.

Download a pdf with more details of the course and comments from previous participants

For more information  and to apply for the course email James Lynch on  jamesl@riverside-church.org.uk or telephone 0121 442 4484

19th Jun 2014 Posted in: News by Fran Varley 0

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