‘Credit Crunch or Kairos?’ is the focus of this year’s conference organised by CAFOD Lancaster and the Diocesan Faith and Justice Commission.
Geoff O’Donoghue, CAFOD’s Director of International Division, will be joined by theologian and writer Frank Regan as they give keynote talks around the impact of the current financial situation on our lives, globally and locally.
It takes place on Saturday, 17th October at Lancaster University Chaplaincy Centre, 10am – 3.30pm. Cost: £5 waged, £3 unwaged.
A number of workshops are on offer: Consumer Addiction led by Simon Stewart; Christian Charity -21st Century Style led by Jim Cullen; Turning with the Tide – Seizing the Kairos moment led by Rose McCrave; Why Credit Unions? led by Paul Hypher; The Credit Crunch and Community Cohesion led by Joe Howson; Conscience, Cash and the Credit Crunch led by Greg McCrave; Sustainable Community Buildings by Tom Fyson; Labourers and Investors in a Global Vineyard led by Patrick Hynes; and How to respond to the ‘non-fatal heart attack’ that our economic system just suffered led by Geoff O’Donoghue.
For further details contact Maggie McSherry on tel no 01254 383081 or email firstname.lastname@example.org