Would you like to time to reflect on the links between your faith, your ethics and your work? Are you wanting to change what you do and how you do it? Or just looking for some inspiration? This ecumenical event is open to anyone interested in these issues.
Speakers will include:
James Atkins, the founder and Managing Director of Vertis Environmental Finance, based in Budapest, and the initiator of several environmental charities.
Martin Lawson, who is based in Cumbria and has a background in business and currently works at the intersection of mission, social impact and business.
Sr Margaret Atkins, a member of the Boarbank Community and a former Senior Lecturer in Theology at Trinity and All Saints, Leeds.
Standard prices for the Guest House per night (full board and lodging) are £65 single, £75 single en suite, £115 twin or double. Course participants are invited to add a donation towards the cost of the courses, as they are able and think appropriate. Payment by donation only is available on request. For more information and bookings, please contact Sr Margaret Atkins by email to firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone 01539 532288.
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