Assisted Dying, start of life and mental health – 5 fascinating evenings…

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We all have questions about health.  The Human Journey course will help you engage with health related issues wisely, sensitively and with confidence.

Across five sessions, we will apply God’s timeless word to our ever changing world, engaging with some of life’s biggest questions:

Humanity – what does it mean to be human?

Start of Life – when does life begin?

Marriage and sexuality – what is marriage for

Mental health – am I supposed to feel like this?

End of Life – how should life end?

New technologies – are we playing God?

Global Health – who is my neighbour

Come and join us at East Stratton Village Hall for 5 evenings of talks and discussions on how the Christian faith interfaces with issues such as ‘Assisted Dying’, new technologies around the start of life and mental health challenges.

Wednesday evenings 8:00-9:30pm, coffee and cake 7:30pm

October 14 and 28. November 4, 11 and 25th.

On November 11th, Bishop David will lead the evening on the subject, ‘Can suffering ever be meaningful?’ and on the final evening Professor John Wyatt who lectures internationally on medical ethics will speak and lead a discussion on, ‘Being human in a brave new world’.

More details? Roland or Ruth Guy, 01962 760259

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