As part of a special module, ‘Theologies of the Body’, taking place at Luther King House in Manchester we are supporting a free evening event entitled Resisting Violence Against Women on Monday12 February 2018 from 18.30. It will begin with light refreshments, and there will be an art exhibition to see – including ‘Out of the Shadows’, the Manchester Mosaic; the ‘Bosnian Christa’ by Margaret Argyle, and ‘The Clothes Line Project’ from the Baptist Union of Great Britain & Ireland. At 19.30 there will be a lecture by Sue Barclay, ‘View from the Mat – theological reflection on gender based violence in Uganda.’ Booking is not essential but, for catering purpose, please let us know if you hope to attend by emailing: firstname.lastname@example.org. All are welcome!
This evening forms part of a 4-day Winter School, exploring themes such as gender and sexuality, ageing and disability, feminist, queer and eco-theologies. Led by Jan Berry and Clare McBeath, this is running from Monday 12th to Thursday 15th February and costs £150 per person. Interested in ‘Embodied Theology’? To register for the Winter School and for further information, contact: 0161 249 2504 or email@example.com. There are also details on the website: www.lutherkinghouse.org.uk
For both events meals & en-suite accommodation are available at Luther King House at an extra cost.