Tag: social justice

“Who is my neighbour?” Exhibition & Launch Night Feb 28 6-8pm

The Moot Community would like to invite you to our Lent exhibition: “Refugee Stories – Who is my neighbour?”, especially our opening night event on Thursday 28th February.

‘Refugee Stories’ is a unique mixed media body of work created by Gillian Allard (winner of Sky Arts, Master of Photography 2 – 2017) in collaboration with her local refugee community in Suffolk. Accompanying the six pieces will be meditations written by the Moot Community reflecting on the art and the theme of Lent.

Please come and join us on the exhibition’s opening night Thursday 28th February 2019, 6-8pm, St Mary Aldermary Church, London, and meet Gillian and some of her collaborators on the work. Bar proceeds will be donated to Suffolk Refugee Support.

The exhibition will run from 28th February until 11th May – hours are opening times for the Host Cafe (the church is occasionally open on weekends, including for weekly Sunday evening services).

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The Faith of Jesus – Anxiety and Being Loved

Rev’d Paul Kennedy speaks about the Faith of Jesus, touching on justification by faith; anxiety; and faith IN God’s love for us.


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Day Conference: Honouring the theology of the land

How do we as Christians respond to the challenges of our economic situation?  What does it mean to have a biblical understanding of the economic and social issues that face us?  This is the challenge our our current economic recession where there is much discussion about economic wellbeing and the importance of social and economic justice.  This day conference, the first in a series, explores a theology of the land and the importance of the biblical theme of covenant.

In this first of three interrogations we will explore the terms of the economic covenant with God that would create the Good life on Earth.  We remember that the Judeo-Christian covenant gave rise to the three Abrahamic religions.  The speakers will explore the relevance of a theology of covenant in today’s contemporary economic and spiritual context.

Planned speakers include Alastar McIntosh (Author of ‘Soil and Soul’), Canon Peter Challen (Christian Council for Monetary Justice) and Fred Harrison (Author of the Traumatised Society).

This event is being held as partnership between the Moot Community at the Guild Church of St Mary Aldermary, the Christian Council for Monetary Justice and the Land Research Trust.

The aim of the day conferences is to inspire and enable participants to understand and affirm the need for united action concerning social, economic justice and structural change.

To book places and for more information, please click here.

There is a series of three, one day conferences and gatherings.

Honouring the Theology of the Land

1. April 6th – God & the Good Life: The Audit at The Guild Church of St Mary Aldermary

2. May 4th – Great Awakenings: The Application at Christ Church North Southwark

3. June 1st – Holy Land: The Affirmation  at St James Piccadily