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Rochdale in Rainbows: Living Well Together

27 November 2019

Wednesday 27 November 2019
2pm - 5pm

Rochdale Parish Church of St Chad's
Sparrow Hill
OL16 1QT


Presentation and workshop by the Venerable Cherry Vann, current Archdeacon of Rochdale.

This event will introduce the Church's Pastoral Principles for Living Well together and share something of the challenges the church faces around sexuality and the positive work done towards a radical and generous inclusion.

After a presentation of the principles, and the significance for LGBT+ people and the church, there will be small working groups, cast studies and the opportunity for feedback and discussion.

The event is free and is open to all, whether part of a church or not.

Refreshments will be provided.

For more information, contact Sylvia on the details below.

Entry fee: Free

Contact: Sylvia
Tel: 01706 658766 or Mob: 07762 585 625

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