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Online - Fleetwood: connecting stakeholders to support the growth of the community
In the session we will provide a brief overview of the Little Book (See blog Working in partnership for positive health - stories from Fleetwood) and talk about the Healthier Fleetwood programme from the perspective of professional stakeholders (People and organisations who have worked with Healthier Fleetwood). We will cover what Healthier Fleetwood is and how it positioned itself in a way to connect and support the local community in the UK coastal town of Fleetwood. We will highlight some of the key insights to replicate the programme in other UK towns moving forward and provide access to the Little Book and other material.
This session is for organisations, policymakers, local authorities, public health organisations, NHS professionals, Voluntary Sector Organisations and any other relevant stakeholders with interest in developing a community programme to support the community.
Online - Stronger 2023
Content brought to you live across five days that will inspire, equip, and raise faith. As with all that we do, the event is about strengthening your faith and helping you impact the world as you respond to the calling of God on your life.
We will be looking at these 6 themes across the conference:
Leadership & Influence
Kingdom & Culture
Digital & Social
Communication & Media
Innovation & Entrepreneurship
Business & Finance
Online - Open Book - A Public Faith: How Followers of Christ Should Serve the Common Good
In many ways, living as a ‘royal priesthood’ (1 Peter 2:9) is simpler (and safer) under a liberal democracy. But as recent political economic turmoil has demonstrated, things are still pretty upside-down in 21st-Century Britain.
Our Christian identity and message is distinctive, and must be declared in word and deed. But how can we do this as one particular voice among many in our pluralistic society, when religious comments on the status quo are often seen as intolerant and unwelcome? And how do we guard against faith’s malfunctions, whether being overly defensive or controlling?
To help you explore these questions, join LICC for a three-week discussion of Miroslav Volf’s modern classic, A Public Faith: How Followers of Christ Should Serve the Common Good.
Session 2: Thursday 9 March | 7:00pm - 9:00pm
Session 3: Thursday 23 March | 7:00pm - 9:00pm

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