Gathering in Glasgow on Conflict and Faith


Support

Place for Hope acknowledges the support of Glasgow Convention Bureau, and that a Civic Reception is being hosted courtesy of The Rt Hon The Lord Provost Councillor Eva Bolander.


Partners

CONFERENCE FOLLOW UP!

Thank you to everyone who attended the Gathering in Glasgow on Conflict and Faith on 31st October - 2nd November 2019. We will soon release a report on the event, so please sign up to the Peacemakers Network newsletter to be the first to receive the report.

In the meantime, enjoy these presentations from our keynote speakers and Worship group:

Sarah Hills: Lament

David Brubaker: Waiting

Brendan McAllister: Hope

Jo Love: Gospel Stories ‘Servant Woman’ Monologues


Follow us on Twitter and Facebook and look back at the live updates on the Gathering in Glasgow on Conflict and Faith:

Twitter: @PlaceforHope
Facebook: @PlaceforHopeUK
#GiG2019

What is the Gathering?

Change, conflict and reconciliation are core to the journey of faith, to churches and to the world. We hope the Gathering will follow in the footsteps of other successful conferences exploring faith-based responses to conflict.

What's the aim?

  • to respond to the hunger for reconciliation and peace in churches and communities
  • to develop and sustain the art of conflict transformation, reconciliation and peace building
  • to share and develop knowledge and skills to support reconciliation work
  • to strengthen the unique contribution made to conflict transformation by churches and faith communities
  • to uncover the peace-making skills you already have!

Who is the Gathering for?

Anyone and everyone interested in faith-based conflict transformation.


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