St Mark’s and Politics – Meetings in May and June


St Mark’s Faith and Justice Group has arranged an exciting programme of Sunday evening meetings:


* Sunday 21 May at 5.30 pm (Upper Room) - I, Daniel Blake.


Ken Loach’s prize winning film  about welfare policies and their human impact.



* Sunday 28  May at 6.00 pm (Upper Room) - Understanding Trump’s America


by Richard Cawardine, former Rhodes Professor of American History at Oxford University.


* Sunday 4 June at 6.00 pm (Church) - Hustings for the General Election.


Candidates for Sheffield Central Constituency have been invited to answer questions.


At a later date yet to be determined, there will be a meeting on the theme: ‘What are sermons for and especially what part can or should politics have in sermons?’



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