27 Feb - 24 Apr 2018
Corrymeela Belfast Office, 83 University St. Belfast BT7 1HP
The “Corrymeela Learning Seminars” are run by Corrymeela, usually on the last Tuesday of each month from 4pm to 5.30pm at our Belfast Office, 83 University Street, Belfast BT7 1HP.
The Learning Seminars will cover a varied programme of topics and issues and are part of Corrymeela’s Public Theology initiative.
Everyone is welcome.
Seminars in this series:
Tuesday, 27th February 2018 with Colin Harper. Colin Harper is CEO of Camphill Communities Trust (NI). The first Camphill Community (where people with learning disabilities and those without share their lives) was founded in Scotland in 1940. There are 4 Camphill Communities in NI and there are over 100 Communities in over 20 countries across the world.
Tuesday 27th March with Liz Griffith. Liz Griffith has been involved in social justice advocacy in N Ireland for many years. She works at Law Centre (NI) and has volunteered with Belfast Friendship Club, Horn of Africa People’s Aid NI and the Larne Immigration Detainees Visitors Group.
Tuesday 24th April with Gail McConnell.“All the music that transpires: poetry and attention”. Gail McConnell is a poet and academic who will lead us in considering the art of attention. Through the use of poetry, her own and that of others, we will listen and read as Gail guides us in the practice of attention. Gail is a lecturer in the School of Arts, English and Languages at Queen’s University Belfast.
If you are coming along, please let us know, either email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 028 9050 8080, tea and coffee will be provided.
The seminars are free, but you are welcome to make a donation if you wish.