Thursday May 12th, 2011
"The Festival of the Word on Sunday 22nd May is a fantastic and rare
opportunity for some great teaching, joyful celebration and fellowship with Christians from different backgrounds. Please encourage as many people
as you can to attend the special event which will surely be one of the most significant ecumenical occasions of the year."
Ecumenical Celebration of 400 years of the Bible in the English language on 22 May 2011 between 2pm and 6.30pm
An A-Z of reasons why people should come:
Action, Anglicans, Art, Bible, Baptists, Bishops, Bible Society, Cathedral, Celebration, Circus, Craft, Dance, Digital Art, Exhibitions, Face painting, Fair Trade, Family, Fun, Film, Great Speakers, GNV, Historic Bristol, Icons, Inspiration, Juggling, King James Version, Kingdom, Lacey Theatre Company, Laughter, Lectures, Meditation, Methodists, Messy Church, NIV, Picnics (Bring your own), Prayer, Quiet time, Riding Lights, Roman Catholics, RSV, Song writing, Salvation Army, Springs, Sun (we hope), Tapestry, Tree of life, Theatre, Treasure hunt, Twelve Project, URC, Vision, Workshops, Worship, Xitement, Young and old, Zebras
Speakers include: Ann Holt, Steve Finamore, Luke Walton , Nicholas King SJ, Howard Mellor. There is a service of celebration at 5.30pm in Bristol Cathedral. For more info or if you would like to host a stall on College Green contact Chris Dobson chris.dobson a_t bristoldiocese d_o_t org.
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