Being a Faith Leader in a diverse and pluralist context
This Thursday, the 2nd November, ERMC welcomes James Hart, the tactical lead for Hate Crime in Bedfordshire Police and Val Ross from the Anne Frank Trust to St Andrews Church in Bedford as part of the Contextual learning pathway.
Val will focus on story, legacy and remembering and using that as a catalyst to reflect on personal attitudes held. James will then focus on Hate Crime and its contemporary context. This will be followed by a facilitated discussion on being a leader of faith in a contemporary, diverse and pluralist community, led by Cass Howes and involving some local community faith leaders. Whilst this is primarily a session for contextual-learning students, as we have some interesting speakers we wanted to invite others – so if you are free and local – do come along.
For more details and to book a place please contact Emma Rothwell.