Living in Love and Faith refers to a set of learning resources which have been produced by the Church of England to explore how issues of identity, sexuality, relationships relate to Christian teaching in the Gospel.
The learning resources set out to encourage people to think profoundly about what it means to be human and to live in love and faith with one another. It aims to discuss the difficult questions and the diversity of opinion amongst Christians about what it means to be faithful to Christ in a world in which the understanding and practices around gender, sexuality and marriage continue to evolve. These are controversial and difficult issues for many. The resources do not set out to necessarily change our minds but rather to encourage us to be open as to how we demonstrate love to those whose lived experience and opinions may be very different from our own. They are designed to help us consider how we as Christians may disagree well whilst functioning together in the Body of Christ.
This 5 week course with video presentations are planned to take place St Helen’s Church on Wednesday evenings at 7.30pm starting on the 8th June till 6th July.
To book a place, please contact the parish office.