We are so excited to let you know that the Active Faith Network are holding this year’s Civic Prayer Breakfast on Wednesday 16th May, 7am-8.30am, at the Chapter House, Lincoln Cathedral.
Last year’s breakfast was a great success and a really unique opportunity to hear the greatest challenges and greatest hopes from key leaders in seven sectors of our society – Politics & Government, Policing & Security, Business & Finance, Education & Learning, Health & Wellbeing, Media, Arts & Entertainment, and Community & Family.
Here is some of the feedback from 2017:
- “Great event… I found not only the venue inspiring but also the positive atmosphere of the event”. Simon Walters – Director for communities and environment City of Lincoln Council.
- “I thought all of the contributions were excellent and I felt very honoured to be a part of this. I was inspired by the NHS prayer that was delivered… I was also very impressed at the level of positive networking that followed.” Cllr Chris Burke – Right honourable Mayor of Lincoln
- “I was delighted to attend and found it to be a very positive experience.” Bill Skelly – Lincolnshire Police, chief constable
- “Thanks for the event. It was exciting to hear of peoples concerns and work to encourage justice and peace, as well as relieving poverty and suffering.” Geoff Stratford, Faith and the Environment
This year, we will hear from all the sectors, as well as hearing from Dr Roger Bretherton, Principal Lecturer for Enterprise in the School of Psychology at the University of Lincoln, who will be our guest speaker for the morning.
You will be receiving a formal invitation through the post within the next few weeks, however, please feel free to book in by following this link https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/lincoln-civic-prayer-breakfast-tickets-42908866575
Office: 01522 370148