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  • World Mental Health Week

    Prayers and Reflections led by the Dean

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  • From Papyrus to Pixels - The history and text of the Greek New Testament

    An illustrated talk to be given by Dr Hugh Houghton, Director of the Institute for Textual Scholarship and Electronic Editing at the University of Birmingham. All welcome - refreshments.
    The evening will provide a basic introduction to the transmission of the New Testament and how modern technology is being used to create new editions of the biblical text. In addition to considering some of the oldest and most famous manuscripts, it will explain how and why the underlying Greek text of the New Testament has changed since the time of the King James version.
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  • Festival of Healing and Wholeness 2018

    Arianna Walker, CEO of Mercy UK will be speaking to us about the wonderful healing work of Mercy UK, a charity ministering to young women and 'seeing the impossible become possible as shattered hearts are restored through the love of Jesus'.
    Her address will be followed by discussion and, at 2pm, a Healing Eucharist in the Cathedral, at which she will also speak .
    Not to be missed! - everybody welcome
    There will be a £10.00 charge, to include coffee and biscuits, payable on the day; this is to help defray costs only.
    Book your place at peterandsue@gmail.com or phone 01905 23096
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  • Peace Train - Support the UN Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons

    Members of Hereford Peace Council will be travelling on the 11.34 train from Hereford station to Newport.
    Please come and support us at Hereford station.
    In July 2017, 122 nations at the United Nations approved a resolution that nuclear weapons should be illegal.
    The UK government has refused to support the resolution.
    The Peace Council delegation on the Peace Train will collect letters and petitions along the route from Chester to Newport, and deliver them to the House of Commons.
    They ask the government to show world leadership, and sign the treaty.
    For more information, contact Sheila, 07854 311 009
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  • 'Peace Train' Commonly Asked Questions and Answers

    Members of Hereford Peace Council will be travelling on the 11.34 train from Hereford station to Newport.
    Please come and support us at Hereford station.
    In July 2017, 122 nations at the United Nations approved a resolution that nuclear weapons should be illegal.
    The UK government has refused to support the resolution.
    The Peace Council delegation on the Peace Train will collect letters and petitions along the route from Chester to Newport, and deliver them to the House of Commons.
    They ask the government to show world leadership, and sign the treaty.
    For more information, contact Sheila, 07854 311 009
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  • 'Peace Train' Schedule

    Members of Hereford Peace Council will be travelling on the 11.34 train from Hereford station to Newport.
    Please come and support us at Hereford station.
    In July 2017, 122 nations at the United Nations approved a resolution that nuclear weapons should be illegal.
    The UK government has refused to support the resolution.
    The Peace Council delegation on the Peace Train will collect letters and petitions along the route from Chester to Newport, and deliver them to the House of Commons.
    They ask the government to show world leadership, and sign the treaty.
    For more information, contact Sheila, 07854 311 009
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  • "All Aboard" the Peace Train

    Members of Hereford Peace Council will be travelling on the 11.34 train from Hereford station to Newport.
    Please come and support us at Hereford station.
    In July 2017, 122 nations at the United Nations approved a resolution that nuclear weapons should be illegal.
    The UK government has refused to support the resolution.
    The Peace Council delegation on the Peace Train will collect letters and petitions along the route from Chester to Newport, and deliver them to the House of Commons.
    They ask the government to show world leadership, and sign the treaty.
    For more information, contact Sheila, 07854 311 009
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  • Leominster's own St Edfrith - A Celebration

    The monk Edfrith left Northumberland in the late 7th century, wishing to spread Christianity in the heathen south. He ended up here, where he converted local Mercian King Merewahl and all his people who were baptised probably in the Lugg. They proclaimed Edfrith a saint. As a result, Merewahl gave Edfrith lands to found and support a Church.
    Over the succeeding centuries this became a monastery and a minster church, Leominster the centre of Christian worship for all the surrounding village churches. People came on pilgrimage to this church. That’s why Leominster Priory organises a yearly celebration of St Edfrith on his Feast Day, 26th October and the following Sunday.
    Come and join in on Friday 26th October, St Edfrith Lecture; and Sunday 28th October, Evening Prayer for St Edfrith. Read more

  • Teaching Palestinian Students in Bethlehem

    Council for World Partnership and Development, and Holy Land Group:

    Drs Karilyn and Richard Collins share their experiences teaching Palliative Care to nurses being trained in the University at Bethlehem

    It will appeal to those interested in the medical, religious and political situation affecting both Palestinians and Israelis

    To book your place please telephone or email:
    Preb David Roberts - dhroberts38@gmail.com Telephone: 01584 878568
    Dr John Dinnen - johndinnen1@gmail.com Telephone: 01981 540730
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  • Godly Play Course

    Godly Play Course. Read more

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