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Good People, Good Money, Good Banks: What Role for the Church?


Date: Monday 2nd December 2013
Time: 10.00am - 4.30pm
Venue: St Paul's Cathedral

Our recent series of events at St Paul's Cathedral held in conjunction with CCLA, entitled 'The City and the Common Good: What kind of City do we want?', covered the three topics of Good People, Good Money, and Good Banks. It brought together eminent speakers with large audiences to discuss some of the pressing issues surrounding practice and purpose that face the financial sector today.

As a conclusion to this series we want to engage specifically with clergy in order to discuss how the Church might initiate change in key areas and help influence the future of our financial and economic systems. For this reason St Paul's Institute, CCLA Investment Management, and the Contextual Theology Centre would like to invite you to join fellow members of clergy in attending a Learning Day surrounding these themes.

The programme will have sessions tailored by each organisation to explore the three broad topics from both theological and practical perspectives, aiming to provide attendees with the opportunity to discuss the issues in detail as well as be informed on initiatives accessible to parishes for those wishing to take things further.

The day will be provided free of charge and will include a sandwich lunch and refreshments. Further information and a full agenda will be provided for those who register.

This event is open only to clergy or those in training.

In order to register please respond to Robert Gordon:   or 020 7489 1011