Saturday Morning Live

 

Dates  - Jan - Dec 2015

Saturday          7th February       Christians In War 2    
Speaker - Revd. Mark Ewbank
As well as being a local rector, Mark is a Chaplain to the TA and has served with them in Afghanistan and was also on the Guildford Diocesan Committee advising on the recent WW1 commemorations. He will be helping us reflect on the issues raised when Christian are involved in war. As always, there will also be live music and refreshments. .

Saturday          7th March       Amnesty International    
Speaker - Jackie Fry
Jackie is a member of the Horsham group of Amnesty and is a school and college speaker for them. She will give us an insight into this remarkable group which sprang from the Quaker tradition over 50 years ago. The band will let rip with Springsteen's Amnesty tribute version of the Dylan classic "Chimes of Freedom", there will be refreshments and a good time will be had by all!

Saturday          2nd May       Airport Ministry    
Speaker - Deacon Ian Wells
Ian is Catholic Chaplain at Gatwick airport; he was ordained as a Deacon in 2008 and previously was an executive in the oil industry in a career spanning over 40 years. He will tell us what airport chaplaincy is all about. In-flight entertainment and cabin snacks will be provided by the regular SML crew.

Saturday          6th June       Guilford Street Angels    
Speaker - Fiona Ford
Street Angels are volunteers who believe that people deserve care and love in their time of need. Guilford Street Angels operate under the management of the Town Centre Chaplaincy with volunteers representing people of different faiths and none. Fiona is their coordinator and will tell us about it. Pavement cafe music and street-cred croissants.

Saturday          4th July       B@titudes    
Speaker - Jenny Moore
B@titudes is a community shop and centre in Leatherhead that was started by Jenny and a group of friends in 2005. Supported by the local community it has been able to offer an increasing amount of support to many people. It is named after the Gospel account of a talk on social justice, commitment to one another and values of life. Live music and refreshments.

Saturday          5th September       Surrey Care Trust    
Speaker - Elaine Tisdale
The Trust works with people who have had a tough start in life, including those coming out of prison, to develop their life skills and enable them to make a positive contribution to society either through education, volunteering or employment. Elaine is their Chief Executive and is based in Woking. Live music and croissants.


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