Dealing with Death

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'Dealing with Death' will be running twice — 1st May at Christ Church, Chichester and 3rd May at Trinity Church, Ringwood.

We will be looking at attitudes to death in contemporary society and seeing how these might present both challenges and opportunities for our churches. We will be sharing some ideas about projects and resources for helping people talk about death.

The days are open to everyone and there is no cost. However in order to organise refreshments and lunch I am asking people to book a place by contacting me before April 23rd.

Kathy O'Loughlin | Regional Learning and Development Officer
The Discipleship & Ministries Cluster | The Connexional Team
07799 900472 Mobile
oloughlink@methodistchurch.org.uk

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