Open the Book is part of the Bible Society and works with local church teams to take interactive bible storytelling in to primary schools. There is a free interactive information session for clergy, children and family workers, congregation members, head teachers, teachers, RE coordinators and governors on Monday 2nd July from 10am-12pm at Lower Ford Street Church, CV1 5QJ. There will be an opportunity to experience an Open the Book act of collective worship/assembly and find out why head teachers and children value it - one Coventry Deputy Headteacher said, "The children always enjoy Open the Book assemblies. It is always very popular to be picked as an actor and the children enjoy taking part in the stories." To book a place, contact Katie via 01793 418355 or email@example.com.
Community Lunch at Christ the King (CTK), which first took place on Monday 4th June and was a great success, with over 150 people attending.
The initiative was arranged by members of CTK pastoral care group and included a hot 2 course meal, music, a little dancing and a raffle, all to combat social isolation. Older people came from all over the City to attend this event. Following the Community Lunch's success, it will become a regular event, with the next one on 2nd July.
Keeping Health in Mind offers a Bible-based coping skills course, the LIFE course, combining biblical wisdom with practical skills, enabling all people, however their lives have been impacted by mental health problems, to grow and to function more effectively.
Introduced by: Ali Hogger-Gadsby
(Director of Keeping Health in Mind)
More information: John Lloyd (Co-Chair, Chapel of Unity Joint Council) 02476 413004 firstname.lastname@example.org