This is an online-only event.
‘I’ve never known such a challenging and disturbing time in the life of our nation; it’s felt like we’ve been living on the edge of disaster, with hopes raised, and then dashed again and again’. These words, and the feelings they express, may well resonate with you in the light of the effects of the Coronavirus pandemic, but they also describe the lived experience of the Old Testament prophet Habakkuk. Hope felt to be in short supply then, and Habakkuk, frustrated and troubled by what he saw going on, asked God some very difficult and honest questions. And along the way, he found it’s unwise to put God into an ‘easy to explain’ box.
Bishop Chris, Chair of the Scargill Council, would love to have your company, as over these days he tries to unpack the contemporary relevance of this little-known Biblical story, hopefully (!) discovering that God can meet us, and bring us hope, even in life’s most difficult seasons.
Tue: 10am; 11:45am
Wed: 10am; 11:45am
A ticket covers one device to connect and is not per person, for example, if two of you share a laptop, you just need one ticket. The sessions will be recorded on Zoom and be available to view for 2 weeks after the event.
If you would like to join this conference but the cost of the ticket is a difficulty for you, then contact Phil in confidence about a bursary to help with the cost.
Bookings for this event will close on Monday 15th March at 14:00. If you book on to this event, you will receive an email from us by 18:00 on Monday 15th March with further details of the event including the Zoom links.