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AMC Brave conf

The Joint Public Issues Team is hosting a FREE conference in Manchester on 17th March from 10am to 4pm. It is about the meaning of Christianity in the midst of our changing world. As well as plenary sessions there will be a choice of these ten workshops:
1. Overcoming Violence
2. Conversation Welcome
3. Poverty Truth Commissions: experts by experience
4. Faith, finance and the climate: how do we invest in a more sustainable future?
5. Universal Credit: tackling today's poverty?
6. A Brave New World for the young?
7. Kingdom before Tribe
8. Challenging Hate
9. Creating a culture of welcome: church-led responses to migration and refugees
10. Worship and Justice (or 'Never pray in a room without windows')
For more information about the event, click here.

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