The Collective Communion

['Communion' Noun: The sharing or exchanging of thoughts and feelings, especially on a mental or spiritual level]

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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:

Luke Leighfield works as a freelance copywriter for different brands, startups and charities. In his spare time, he likes making things (recently: a musical about startups, a magazine about running). He used to be a full-time musician.
Selina Stone is Tutor and Lecturer in Political Theology at St Mellitus College. She is currently undertaking PhD research at the University of Birmingham focussed on liberation and justice in Pentecostal theology and ministry.
Andy Fitchett is Baptist Minister and a Local Councillor. He has been actively involved in politics for 10 years and has stood at all levels of government from Town Council to Parliament. He is passionate about local communities finding their voice.
Chine McDonald leads the Media & PR team at Christian Aid. Prior to that, she worked at World Vision and before that was director of communications at the Evangelical Alliance, including running threadsuk.com – an online faith and justice collective.
Jackson King is a queer, black, trans man and advertising creative with a passion for social justice. He's also a co-founder of Rally, an intersectional diversity community for people hoping to drive positive change in the creative industries.
Natalie Collins is a Gender Justice Specialist. She speaks and writes on understanding and ending gender injustice. She set up SPARK, is the Creator and Director of DAY, organises ‘Project 3:28’ and co-founded the ‘UK Christian Feminist Network’.
We are VERY excited to announce our partner for this event – Greenbelt Festival! Not only are Greenbelt contributing thoughts & ideas to the day but also sharing an amazing ticket discount with all attendees! £85 for a full weekend ticket.

 

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!