NYD Webteam: June 2020
We invite you to a creative workshop focussing on the love story of Ruth found in the Old Testament. The invitation is to all people of all faiths and none.
In the current circumstances, we are offering a series of on-line workshops via a Zoom link-up.
We encourage people to use any creative arts with the resources that they have to hand. This may include painting and drawing; photography; collage; textile art; meditative colouring; creative writing (poetry, story or song writing); creative cookery; or other creative activities that we haven't thought of!
We aim to provide a welcoming space to discover more about the Christian faith wherever people are on their own faith journey and whether they have tried creative writing or artwork before.
For more information or to register, please email firstname.lastname@example.org (01833 908604)
This is a drop-in style of workshop and it is not necessary to attend all the sessions or all the dates. Because of the nature of the online format, we encourage those wanting to take part to join at the beginning of a 2-hour session (at 10.00 am, 2.00 pm or 7.00 pm) for the opening briefing and conversation even if not intending to stay for the whole of a 2-hour session.
Wed 1st July 10.00-12.00; 2.00-4.00; 7.00-9.00 Ruth 1
Mon 13th July 10.00-12.00; 2.00-4.00; 7.00-9.00 Ruth 2
Tues 21st July 10.00-12.00; 2.00-4.00; 7.00-9.00 Ruth 3
Wed 29th July 10.00-12.00; 2.00-4.00; Ruth 4
Wed 29th July 7.00 pm — 9.00 pm
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