Bishop John Arnold of Salford has very kindly agreed to give this year's Memorial Lecture.
Bishop John was born in Sheffield; he was educated at Ratcliffe College and studied law at Oxford and London before entering the Institute of Charity (Rosminians) and then transferring to the Diocese of Westminster, being ordained in 1983. He became an Auxiliary Bishop of Westminster in 2006, he was appointed to Salford in 2014.
As a priest and Bishop he has shown a strong commitment to social justice and is a very active Chairman of Cafod. He cited as his heroes in an interview some time ago Aung San Suu Kyi and Rowan Williams.
Bishop John will reflect on his time as a Bishop including his experiences with Cafod and also the impact of Pope Francis's leadership on the local church.
There will be ample time for questions and discussion.
The BGM and Dora Turbin lecture take place on Saturday 26th November. The Dora Turbin lecture will be at 10.30 with coffee from 10am.
The 2016 Biennial General Meeting of CPW will be held on the afternoon of Saturday 26th November commencing at 2.30 pm.
All members of CPW are invited and entitled to attend the BGM, and provision will be made to look after the children of any members who wish to attend, provided that we are notified before 31st October. The cost of an inclusive residential place for the weekend is £155 (£170 en suite) per person for adults (£140 for 18-25 year olds); lunch is available on Saturday for a limited number of day visitors, price £15, and lunch & supper for £35. Use the online booking form or visit the membersí area to download the booking form from the Pentecost 2016 newsletter. The meeting agenda and nomination form for committee members is also downloadable in the Membersí Area of the website. Deadline for nominations is 26th September 2016.
Conversation, conviviality and community mingle with prayer and liturgy in true CPW style for the whole weekend. Come for the whole or just the Saturday.
Chair: Greg Hewitson
Organiser: Lizzy Allerton
Willersley Castle is a Georgian castle now owned by Christian Guild Hotels, near the picturesque town of Matlock, Derbyshire. There is table tennis, putting and boules as well as a 15m indoor pool. Accommodation is mainly in single, twin-bedded and double rooms with a few 3/4 bedded rooms; there is lift access to all floors. There is ample room for day delegates and activities will be arranged for children and young people.
Information & Bookings:
To book, you ccould complete the Online Booking Form for this event or email the above.