These highly-talented Christian artists were interviewed exclusively ahead of their performances at the Connect Day:
We warmly welcome you to join us for a special Sarx supporters’ Christian Animal Advocates Connect Day.
Taking place in Waterloo, London on Saturday 3rd November from 5pm till 9pm, this unique event aims to provide people, primarily Christians with an interest in animal advocacy, with a chance to network with others from a variety of backgrounds and traditions.
The attractive and cosy Oasis Hub Coffee House (an 8-10 minute walk from Waterloo station or 2 minute walk from Lambeth North tube station – click to see a map) provides an ideal space to meet like-minded people, strengthen your social and professional networks, exchange ideas and have fun!
There will also be an opportunity to hear some remarkable and inspiring personal stories as we interview “everyday animal champions”; ordinary people whose extraordinary work has made a tangible impact in benefiting animals.
A growing number of Christians are recognising the importance of showing care, compassion and mercy for animals. For many of these people, the food on our plates is more than just a matter of personal preference, but rather a pressing faith issue.
As ever more Christians choose to go meat-free, churches are responding with vegetarian and vegan options at community bring and share lunches, prayer breakfasts, discipleship course meals and even church BBQs!
These great little business cards are perfect for carrying around in your wallet and are a super conversation starter.
Show your Christian friends how much you care for animals by ORDERING YOUR FREE* set of cards today!
*The cards are free of charge however we charge 75p to cover postage and packaging. Please note these cards are currently only available to UK residents only.
We look forward to visiting All Saints Church, Whitstable on Sunday 7th October 2018 at 10am.
This beautiful costal town has had a church standing on this site since at least 1202 and is now home to a warm, friendly Anglican community with a variety of service styles and ages.
Do join us for this opportunity to explore Christian understandings of animals and a Q&A session after the service.
All Saints Church, Church Street, Whitstable. CT5 1PG.
Within ancient Jewish culture, your name wasn’t simply what you are called; rather it spoke of your very essence. To ask someone’s name was to ask ‘who are you?’ Therefore the giving of a new name was to bestow someone with a new identity.