Friday June 24: 7:30pm. Saturday June 25: 10-4pm.
Alton Bell will also be speaking at the 10:30am service on Sunday June 25.
Cost: £10 advance via Eventbrite or £15 at the door. Lunch on Saturday is available for £5 but must be
pre-booked through the COGOP Office.
Download a leaflet with full information here.
Alton Bell: Pastor and community activist. Author of ‘Breaking the Chains of Mental Slavery: Practical tools to bring freedom to you and your descendants’.
Khareem Jamal: Historian, writer and musician. Chair of Micah Community Projects, founder and senior lecturer in African history at the School of Africology.
MJR is running a short weekend course entitled: 'Free to Forgive: Justice, Reconciliation and the Legacy of Slavery' in Manchester on June 24-25. It will be hosted by the Moss Lane East Church of God of Prophecy in Moss Side. The course is designed to increase our understanding of how modern society has been affected by the legacy of oppression left by colonial slavery and industrial exploitation, and how as Christians we should handle that knowledge in the light of Christ’s work of redemption on the cross.
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