Previous Events

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Know Your Neighbour

  The aim of this seminar is to help us develop ‘spiritual friendships’ with people from non-western cultural and religious backgrounds. Steve Bell of Interserve will help us explore how a Christ-like attitude of ‘grace’ can become the medium, the method and the message.  As someone has rightly said: ‘The good news about Jesus needs to come to others wrapped in...

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Fighting Global Poverty

  A question and answer session with Drs Elaine and Alan Storkey as part of the Fellowship of Aberystwyth Christian Staff programme, in partnership with CICC. Elaine is the Director of Education with the Church Army, President of TEAR Fund and a Member High Table, Newnham College, Cambridge.  Alan is an economist, sociologist and artist,...

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Why God won’t go away!

Another great opportunity to engage with cutting edge thinkers and communicators on contemporary issues! Professor Alister McGrath, of Kings College London Why God won’t go away! Reflections on the New Atheism This event is organised as part of the Swansea University Theology Public Lecture series, and CICC is glad to support it and encourage its...

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Letting the Bible Speak

EFCW Summer conferences 2011 Letting the Bible speak ‘The most precious thing this world affords’ – so the then Archbishop of Canterbury described the Bible at the Queen’s coronation. In the eyes of many people however, sadly even in the church, the Bible is a closed book, neglected as obscure, outdated and irrelevant.  Yet, in...

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CICC Cafe: Biblefresh Insights

  Are you interested in discovering fresh skills to understand the Bible for yourself?  Have you heard a little about the Hebrew / Biblical worldview, and would like to delve into it in a bit more depth?  Would you love to be energised by the inspired literature of the Bible, and to discover how God has woven...

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The Tentmaker Aberystwyth

Through a powerful drama and discussion afterwards, discover lessons from the Apostle Paul’s life that you can apply to your own today.  Dai Woolridge of Going Public Theatre will draw you into the drama. The Tentmaker – Living the Biblical Life A one man/one hour show, focusing on the life the Tentmaker.  Through a storytelling...

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The Tentmaker Cardiff

Through a powerful drama and discussion afterwards, discover lessons from the Apostle Paul’s life that you can apply to your own today.  Dai Woolridge of Going Public Theatre will draw you into the drama. The Tentmaker – Living the Biblical Life A one man/one hour show, focusing on the life the Tentmaker.  Through a storytelling...

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The Tentmaker Other Venues

Dai Woolridge of Going Public Theatre is also presenting The Tentmaker in other venues around Wales, if there is not a CICC event near you. Select from the venues below, and book via the contact shown. 11 January, 6.45pm – SWANSEA – Grand Theatre – The Depot Contact: Carol Rowden 01792 475715 or email: swansea.grandmarketing@swansea.gov.uk...

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CICC Cafe: Relating Faith

  This Cafe is a conversational group, relating Scripture and faith to our every-day lives.  As the title for the Cafe suggests, mature Christian faith unites the two emphases: “faith as right relating” – love for God and neighbour, as in the Great Commandment, and “relating faith” to each generation, as in the Great Commission....

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Story Wars Swansea

  Human beings are storied creatures.  Our stories shape our lives, and inform our expectations.  The cultures we form are the sum total of the stories we tell about ourselves, and without a meaningful story to inhabit, we are lost.  And yet the Bible’s Big Story, for 400 years the foundation of our society and...