The Collective Communion
['Communion' Noun: The sharing or exchanging of thoughts and feelings, especially on a mental or spiritual level]
The Collective Communion is a space for anyone aged 18-35 to explore and ask difficult questions about faith, justice and activism. No judgement, this is a safe space.
We’ve also arranged an all day roster of some incredible speakers, workshops, panels and open discussion events.
Confirmed speakers include:
When: Saturday 18th May - 10.30am – 7pm. LUNCH is provided.
Where: Oasis Farm Waterloo, 18 Carlisle Lane, SE1 7LG
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Talks and open space discussions will focus on the following themes:
Mind: Tackling the big questions around justice, inequality, structural power and oppression
Soul: A Christian theological insight into tackling injustice, engaging in activism and what it means to put your faith into action.
Hands: The practical details of getting out there and making a difference. Through creativity, business, digital & design, how can we be a practical part of the change we want to see?
Heart: Facing the problems of the world can be a heavy weight to carry. We want to give you a place to reflect, pray and recuperate through open space and structured sessions focussing on avoiding burn out and prioritising self-care.
See you there!