Living in Love and Faith (LLF) is an initiative taking place across the Church of England looking at identity, sexuality, gender, relationships and marriage. The national conversation will be held at Deanery level and will focus on two questions:
- How do questions about identity, sexuality, relationships and marriage fit within the bigger picture of the good news of Jesus Christ?
- What does it mean to live in love and faith together as a church?
We will be addressing LLF within the Deanery through of a 5-session course facilitated by Reverend Susan Bolen, vicar of St Paul's, together with Reverend Steven Melluish, vicar of St Michael’s Southfields and Reverend Daniel Trott, vicar of All Saints Putney. The venues will alternate between St Michael’s and St Paul’s Wimbledon Parkside on Mondays 13th September - 11th October, 7:30 for 8:00 p.m. Please see the full programme with dates, times and venues below.
The Living in Love and Faith (LLF) project is supported by a book, a course for group reflection, and other resources including films, podcasts and an online library. LLF material can be found on the Church of England website at https://www.churchofengland.or...
We hope many of you can join us - book your place using the online booking form (click here). All parishioners in the Deanery are welcome to join.