Tuesday Horizons at Salisbury Methodist Church

January 8      Reaching out – to refuge and asylum seekers.

Isabel King, a retired GP, will speak of working with those seeking refuge in Sierra Leone and writing reports for Freedom from Torture.*

January 22   Reaching out – through the Tolpuddle Martyrs.

John Walker, retired Methodist minister, will speak of his work as chair of the Friends of Tolpuddle, making history live through mission today.

February 5    Reaching out – to older people internationally.

Chris Roles, a Methodist from Winchester, heads up Age International which helps people in the ageing process in poorer places of the world.

February 19  Reaching out – to Methodists today, A calling to fulfil.

Ann Reeder, Methodist from Sherborne, is a local government consultant. In the past she has worked both for the Methodist Connexion and in politics at local, national and European level.

March 12     Reaching out – through drama.

Through a performance (directed by Steve Hawkes) of Consequences: The Trial of Arthur James Balfour, written by retired Methodist minister, Warren R Bardsley.

 

March 19     Reaching out – through poetry.

Jan Sutch Pickard, former Vice President of Methodist Conference and warden of the Iona Community will be using her own poems to speak to us.

* This will coincide with a display in the North Corridor (throughout January) of an exhibition of photographs of refugees mounted by Salisbury Amnesty Group.

 

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