Space in the City

May 2007

at the United Church, Jewry Street, Winchester
Wednesdays 12:30 – 13:00

Photo of Anne Frank
Image © Anne Frank Stichting

After Anne Frank

Has the Holocaust changed anything?

2nd MayResponsibility and Realism
Revd Professor Michael Taylor, Emeritus Professor of Social Theology, University of Birmingham;  former Director Christian Aid
Professor Taylor’s talk (introduced by Denis Archdeacon) is now available here to play or download (15 Mb MP3)
9th MayIssues of Conflict, Peace and Reconciliation
Revd Pat Clegg, Deanery Missioner for Salisbury city deanery and a regular visitor to Israel and Palestine working for peace with justice
16th MayHonoured being “Other”
The challenge and opportunity of ours as an inter-ethnic and inter-cultural society
Revd Arlington Trotman, Moderator of the Churches’ Commission for Migrants in Europe, and formerly Chief Executive of the Churches’ Commission for Racial Justice
23rd MayA Survivor’s Story
The experiences of Mina Willis, a Polish survivor of Auschwitz and Bergen-Belsen
Trevor Baker, former TV weather presenter who knew Mina Willis through Southampton Synagogue

Wednesdays 12:30 – 13:00   :   Admission free   :   Sandwiches available
Donations welcome

A Prayer of Desmond Tutu
Goodness is stronger than evil;
Love is stronger than hate;
Light is stronger than darkness;
Life is stronger than death;
Victory is ours through Him who loves us.

Do visit the exhibition ‘Anne Frank + you’ in the Great Hall – 3rd to 30th May

Space in the City is organised by members from the churches of St Lawrence with St Swithun, St Peter’s and the United Church.

This page was updated on 20 June 2007 by John Stanning. Comments and suggestions welcome!

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