10 am Introductions and sharing our stories
11 am Jesus and The Crowd: Tools for organising people for change
12 am Jesus and the Sympathetic Elite: Power in the City
12:30 Lunch Break (bring your own or buy locally)
1 pm Jesus and the Powers: Affective and Effective Witness
2 pm Next Steps
Whether you call yourself an activist or a 'I'm really not political'; whether you're a bishop or Chief-Chair-stacker. This will be day that will start us on a journey that turns the world as it is into the world as it should be in the power of God by following Jesus. Join Keith Hebden, author and activist and the Director of the Urban Theology Union as we explore local issues and find a practical, faithful response to the things that matter most.
There is parking nearby and the tram runs from Nottingham and Bulwell train stations. The Park and Ride car park is not far from the centre itself.
Organised by the Urban Theology Union and Transforming Notts Together