You are invited to join a conversation about being church in Scotland today, which will take place in Glasgow on Saturday 1st June. It will be led by Bishop Brendan Leahy of Limerick, who will open the conference by exploring Pope Francis' call for a synodal church from his own experience of a diocesan synod. ,
The conference has been organised by Open House, a magazine of comment and debate on faith issues in Scotland (www.openhousescotland.org.uk) in association with the Newman Society.
Venue: Adelaide’s, 209 Bath St, Glasgow G2 4HZ.
On the corner of Bath St and Pitt St, a few
minutes’ walk from Charing Cross station and car
park. Wheelchair access from Bath St entrance.
Date: Saturday 1st June from 10.30am – 4.30pm.
Doors open for registration and coffee at 9.30am.
Cost £10 including lunch.
Or send a cheque for £10, together with your name and
address, to Florence Boyle, 3 Dalnottar Terr, Old Kilpatrick,
Dunbartonshire G60 5DE.