Join with other students and recent graduates for a day exploring the theme of 'home'.
Bookings are now closed.
You must be a member of SCM to attend this event. If you do not have a current membership you can join now.
The day has space to do craft, chat and dream dreams of what future LGBT+ events could look like. We'll also be having a workshop led by Sam Cresswell of The Proud Trust, more details further down this page. Tea, coffee, lunch and pronoun badges all included, and we'll finish with an inclusive liturgy evening prayers.
The event will take place in Manchester City Centre, with the exact location confirmed for attendees closer to the event. You can apply for a bursary of up to £30 to cover your travel costs, the details for this are available on the booking page.
Bookings close on Wednesday 31st July.
Programme for the day.
10:30-10:45 arrivals (tea and coffee provided)
11:00 This is my body with Sam Cresswell
12:30 Lunch (provided)
13:30 Space for craft, discussion, prayer writing and reflection.
Introducing our speaker Sam Cresswell
Sam is a youth worker at The Proud Trust, with a particular focus on trans youth work. He has lived in Manchester for 10 years and has a wide range of interests, including bodies and experiences of being embodied, gender, relationships, cats, Star Trek, God, and late 90s video games that no-one plays anymore but aren't yet old enough to be considered retro. He has a degree in Religions & Theology and is currently studying part-time for an MA in the same.
This is my body
Bodies - we've all got one. But how do they relate to our faith, our identities and our wellbeing? This workshop gives you the chance to think about your relationship with your body, Christian understandings of the body, and the LGBT+ embodied experience. This workshop is for all genders (and none), all bodies and all kinds of Christian faith.
Introducing our Chaplain Nick Campbell.
Nick is a Licensed Reader Minister with The Church of England. He is also a chaplain at the Christie Trust Hospital in Manchester. Nick sees chaplaincy work as a privilege and an honour. In chaplaincy work he finds that the sacred and the ordinary are always inter-twined. He is really looking forward to the event and hopes to speak to as many of the attendees as possible.
SCM does not store data about an individual's sexuality or gender. Your booking for this event will be stored on our database which is only accessible by SCM staff. This information is kept strictly confidential, and is held to ensure the smooth running of the event only. If you have any concerns about your privacy you can contact Lisa Murphy, Acting National Coordinator, or the LGBTQIA+ Students' Rep and Chair of Trustees Tristan Marris. All correspondence will be kept strictly confidential. For more information please see SCM's Privacy and Data Protection Policies.
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