Online Inclusive Gathering – Guest Father Luke Larner

March 7, 2021
04:00 pm - 06:00 pm


March 7


04:00 pm - 06:00 pm

On Sunday, 7 March we’re doing something a bit different. Our gathering will be LIVE (from 3:45 for a 4pm start) on Facebook Live (only).

We’ll be livestreaming from Zoom, so if you would like to be one of the folks on the Zoom with us live, register here.

Otherwise, you can watch on FB Live as usual. (For technical reasons, we’re only livestreaming to FB Live this week – those without FB can still watch on FB, and we’ll upload to YouTube later).

At the end of the first part of the gathering, we’ll stop the livestream and invite everyone to join us on Zoom for our usual Zoom discussion and breakout groups.

We will be continuing our series exploring the stories that Jesus told – why he told them, who he told them TO and what (if anything) we might learn from them now.

Father Luke Larner (a minister, activist and former builder) will be helping us reflect on the story Jesus told about the wise and foolish builders (Luke 6:47-49).

As always, there will be a bunch of us sharing stories and music and you can join in the conversation on FB Live in the chat OR Live with us on Zoom (if you fancy).

About our guest:
Father Luke Larner (he/him) is part of the core team of Red Letter Christians UK. Luke is ordained in the Church of England, and based in the centre of Bedford. He’s passionate about Jesus and Justice, particularly in the areas of homelessness, peace-making, and interfaith collaboration. Luke is currently studying for a doctorate in Practical Theology, researching with Christians involved in Community Organising.

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