Stories of Peru travel the Diocese

alice reading.pngCAFOD’s Step into the Gap programme allows volunteers to take a year out to devote themselves to volunteering and learning more about CAFOD and its work. This year, the Birmingham Diocese have welcomed Alice Bowers, who is currently working at Newman University Chaplaincy.

Earlier this year, she visited Peru to meet some of CAFOD’s partners and see the work that is being done in Peru. Following her experiences, she is now preparing to give a series of talks across the diocese. We would like to welcome everyone to attend these talks and hear some fascinating ‘Stories from Peru’.  

Bartley Green

Wednesday 13 April, 7.00pm

St. Peter’s Church, 2 Adams Hill, in Bartley Green Birmingham B32 3QG

Wolverhampton

Thursday 21 April, 7.00pm

SS Peter & Paul Parish, North Street, Wolverhampton, WV1 1RJ

Worcester

Monday 9 May, 7pm

St George’s Parish, 1 Sansome Place, Worcester, WR1 1UG

Walsall

Saturday 14 May, 10.30am

St Mary’s the Mount Parish Centre, Glebe St, Walsall, WS1 3NX

King’s Heath

Monday 23rd May, 7:45pm

St. Dunstan Church, Conference Room, King’s Heath, B14 7NJ

For more information on any of these talks, please email Julia Hood or Matthew Neville at birmingham@cafod.org.uk or or call 01922 722 944

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