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Living in Love and Faith 

Coming up in September: 'Living in Love and Faith': five interactive sessions with the Church of England's new course to help us explore Christian teaching and learning about identity, sexuality, relationships and marriage. Led by Revd Pat Mann and Revd Simon Winn, alternating between St Alfege Church and the Old Royal Naval College Chapel, starting Wednesday September 22 at 7pm for five weeks to Wednesday 20 October. Each session will last approximately 90 minutes.  It's better if you can commit to all five - they sit together as a coherent course and we want to build trust and interaction.

The first session will take place at the Old School Room, the Old Royal Naval College
This is part of the Church of England's nationwide focus on the changing nature of our society and how we respond as Christians. We will have the opportunity to feed back at a local and diocesan level before the General Synod debates and considers the findings next year.   

If you are interested in joining these interactive sessions please complete this form.

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For more information the Living in Love and Faith website has lots of resources (including videos, podcasts and an online library) - you need to create an account and log in.  You will need the course booklet (63 pages) which is available as a download from the website for free or  buy online here



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