Churches working together in Louth to welcome refugees to the UK

Stations – update 2

LCFR Stations update #2 – Monday 6th to Thursday 9th March
FREE ENTRY AND REFRESHMENTS FOR ALL!
What is it?
The Stations Photographic exhibition at Louth Methodist Church is an artistic photographic
study by creative director Marksteen Adamson, reflecting on the Stations of the Cross
and the suffering of Jesus through images and stories of today’s refugees.
Hosted by Louth Churches for Refugees, look out for updates on our Facebook page.
The exhibition finalises with our Closing Celebration with Pastor Stuart Keir on the
evening of Monday 13th March at 7.30pm. All are welcome to join in
receiving encouragement and celebrating how amazingly our community is
supporting refugees fleeing war in the Middle East.
Monday 6th March at Stations
10am – 1pm & 6pm – 8pm: Individual Reflections
This is a time when the exhibition is open to all for to experience
Stations in an informal and welcoming atmosphere.
Tuesday 7th March at Stations
10am – 2pm & 6pm – 8pm: Individual Reflections
This is a time when the exhibition is open to all for to experience
Stations in an informal and welcoming atmosphere.
2.15pm: St James Guild
Wednesday 8th March at Stations
10am – 2pm: Individual Reflections
This is a time when the exhibition is open to all for to experience
Stations in an informal and welcoming atmosphere.
Thursday 9th March at Stations
10am – 2pm: Individual Reflections
This is a time when the exhibition is open to all for to experience
Stations in an informal and welcoming atmosphere.
7.30pm: Lecture with Rev Bruce Thompson
Rev Bruce Thompson, Chair of the Lincolnshire Methodist District will share with us
his personal experience of working with refugees. All are welcome to join us to hear
his fascinating stories.

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