Heavenly Feet: A learning day for all those involved in the mission of Jes...
A day of speakers, workshops, worship, food and connection.
Meet together with other rural workers - ordained and lay, paid and volunteer, old and young, male and female to learn and share
- what makes rural ministry different and unique
- what opportunities are available in rural contexts
- how we can rise to meet these opportunities
The programme includes Rev Elizabeth Clarke, the National Rural Officer for the Methodist and URC from the Arthur Rank Centre, as well as Fran Bliss on Pastoral Models and others
You are welcome from all denominations or none.
Lunch is free with the opportunity to make a voluntary contribution on the day if you wish.
The hall is fully accessible with a ramp to the main entrance as the side and a lift to access the upper floors.
What are my transport/parking options for getting to and from the event?
There is a small amount of parking at the front of Ponsonooth Village Hall but we would prefer this be kept free for those with disability parking permits.
For everyone else there is ample parking on Commercial Hill behind the Village Hall. With the Village hall on your left turn left at the pub a little way along the road onto Commercial Hill. There is then a walk through (signed) from the hill to the back entrance of the hall
Ponsonooth is not easily accessible by public transport.