June

Photo of previous Meet and Mingle21st (Thursday)            “Meet & Mingle Party”  from 7 pm to 9 pm at the Light House Media Centre, The Chubb Buildings, Fryer Street, Wolverhampton, WV1 1HT.  An excellent opportunity to meet and talk to Asylum Seekers and Refugees to help us to understand the difficulties they experience but also how they positively contribute to the life of the City.  Admittance is free, but as this is a Bring and Share event, please bring food (cultural dishes will be most welcome) to share with each other.  Click for Complete Poster/Leaflet or FrontOnly or Back Only .  W'ton City of Sanctuary are collecting toiletries to make up Gift Bags to give to asylum seekers and refugees at the event – Click HERE for poster with details.

26th (Tuesday)              Wolverhampton City Council is a signatory to the "Armed Forces Community Covenant", which aims to make it easier for Armed Services personnel, their families, and veterans, to access the help and support they need.  From 7 pm to 9 pm, military chaplains of all faiths will be providing an interactive workshop to explore the role of faith in providing this support.  Light House Media Centre, Chubb Building, Fryer Street, Wolverhampton, WV1 1HT.   Light refreshments.   Entry by free ticket from https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/the-role-of-faith-in-supporting-the-armed-forces-community-tickets-45969597303 .

July

17th (Tuesday)              Bring and Share Lunch  12.45 - 2.00, "Darlington Street Methodist Centre", 24 School Street, WV1 4LF.  Speaker: Rev. Glenford Clarke will talk about his faith and his work (as a Customer Services Officer at Wolverhampton Homes).

September

19th (Wednesday)        Interfaith Wolverhampton AGM  7:30 p.m.

29th (Saturday)            Who are the Quakers?  10:30 a.m. to 4 p.m.  Wolverhampton Quakers invite us to their Open Day to find out about Quaker beliefs and practice.  Displays, Discussions and Quaker Worship (optional).  Drop in for as long or as briefly as you wish - Refreshments will be available all day.  Friends' Meeting House, 8b Summerfield Road, Chapel Ash, Wolverhampton, WV1 4PR.  (Click HERE for map).  How has their faith led Quakers to be at the forefront of - Slavery Abolition? Prison Reform? Campaigning Against War? Mental Health Care? Acceptance of Asylum Seekers and Refugees? Working alongside people of all faiths or none?


November

                                        Conference on Mental Health