2013 AGM will be 13 May from 5:30pm. Theme is ‘Short Term Temporary Work: Dynamic and Precarious?’ Speakers include Tim Watts, Chairman of Pertemps, and Rob Johnston, TUC Regional Secretary.
Faiths at work
March 15th 2011 6.00pm – 8.00pm
Cathedral Heights, Colmore Row West, B2 5NY
An opportunity to meet working people from many faiths. To share experiences, celebrate the values we bring, and discuss the issues we face in the workplace.
Checkout the Church at the Checkout
St Alphege Church, Wednesday 30th March, 2.00pm – 3.30pm
A chance to meet and chat to Solihull’s Town Centre chaplains over coffee and cake
The Banks and Society: Rebuilding Trust
Panel discussion and launch of ECCR’s new report on the banking sector.
Tuesday 1 March 2011, 5.00 – 7.30 p.m.
Banking Hall, Wragge & Co 55 Colmore Row, Birmingham, B3 2AS
The ‘Faiths at Work’ programme brought together working people from different faith communities to share the experience of being a person of faith in a workplace and to explore the value that faith brings to work. The three groups met together for a meal in national Interfaith Week to think about the next steps for the programme.
The latest booklet in the Just So series has ideas and insights on public theology and the economy from Revd Dr John Reader and Revd Phillip Jones. A printed copy will be sent to clergy in the diocese and an electronic version can be downloaded from the Diocese of Worcester website. Other articles by the same authors can be found on the William Temple Foundation website
Feel free to download and photocopy the attached resources to assist you in your ministry.
This first item is offered courtesy of the Shirley Deanery and may be useful in small group work. We thank them for their work.
- Reflections and hymns
- List of useful contacts
- Moving Beyond the Economic Downturn
- Microsoft Word – lost your job front
- Microsoft Word – Lost your job back
The General Election
In the next few months we will be voting in a general election. The vital underlying question is ‘What sort of society do we want to create and live in?’
As part of the West Midlands Regional Churches Forum, CIGB has helped to draft questions for parliamentary candidates in key policy areas that affect us all. The questions may be asked at a local hustings or to candidates individually.