Are you a Deaf BSL user? Are you interested in learning more about the Christian faith, God, ministry & theology through BSL? Perhaps you have been to “Teach Me” run by DAT (Deaf Anglican's Together or have done or wanted to do the “Chester Course” and now wonder ‘what’s next?’
Or maybe you have done the Alpha course at your church or been to a DAT, Go! Sign or DY4C event, and want to go deeper and learn more. Deaf Anglicans Together and the Church of England Ministry among Deaf people would like to know what you want for the future of ministry & theology teaching in BSL.
If so then the Church of England work with Deaf people is hoping you can come to a consultation Day in Birmingham .
When? Saturday 14th March
What time? 11 am – 4 pm
Where? St Martin in the Bullring church, Edgbaston Street, Birmingham (not far from Birmingham New Street station & coach station; plenty of car parks nearby)
What for? We will share our experience from the past, and ask what you want in future. There will also be a ‘taster’ session from the Chester course.
Cost? The day is free, but you will need to bring your own packed lunch or buy lunch from the shops.
This day is facilitated by the Church of England work with Deaf people but it is open to people of any church background. All are welcome.