Category: Past Event

Patteson's Way Pilgrimage Route Leaflet Front Cover

Bishop of Crediton to lead Patteson’s Way Pilgrimage – Tuesday 31st May

Patteson's Way Pilgrimage Route Leaflet Front Cover

Tuesday 31st May

On Tuesday 31st May, the Bishop of Crediton, the Rt Revd Jackie Searle will be leading a Patteson’s Way pilgrimage in East Devon. All are welcome to join the eight mile walk or meet pilgrims and join the worship at the churches along the way. For more details and to book your place, contact MMUK.

Patteson’s Way was officially opened by MMUK’s President the Archbishop of Canterbury on 150th anniversary of Bishop John Coleridge Patteson’s martyrdom in September 2021.

www.mmuk.net/pattesonsway
Archbishop of Canterbury Visits Devon on First Public Trip Since Pandemic

Coffee Mornings Cocoa Nights

Coffee Mornings – Cocoa Nights – March 2022

Coffee Mornings Cocoa Nights

Monday 14th March at 10am – 11am (and 7pm – 8pm) GMT

On Monday 14th March at 10am – 11am and repeated again at 7pm – 8pm GMT, I will be hosting an online event to share the latest news from the region. The event will run for about 45 minutes to 1 hour with a short briefing from me, a time to ask questions, and finish in prayer for our friends in Melanesia.

If you would like to attend and or know others who would like to join us, please let me know and I will send a link. Do also let me know if you have any particular questions / topics you would like me to cover.

Many thanks for your continuing support and I hope to see you online soon.

Katie Drew, MMUK

Coffee Mornings Cocoa Nights

Coffee Mornings – Cocoa Nights – February 2022

Coffee Mornings Cocoa Nights

Thursday 3rd February at 10am – 11am (and 7pm – 8pm) GMT

On  Thursday 3rd February at 10am – 11am and repeated again at 7pm – 8pm GMT, I will be hosting an online event to share the latest news from the region. The event will run for about 45 minutes to 1 hour with a short briefing from me, a time to ask questions, and finish in prayer for our friends in Melanesia.

If you would like to attend and or know others who would like to join us, please let me know and I will send a link. Do also let me know if you have any particular questions / topics you would like me to cover.

Many thanks for your continuing support and I hope to see you online soon.

Katie Drew, MMUK

Coffee Mornings Cocoa Nights

Coffee Mornings – Cocoa Nights – December 2021

Coffee Mornings Cocoa Nights

Wednesday 1st December at 10am – 11am (and 7pm – 8pm) GMT

On  Wednesday 1st December at 10am – 11am and repeated again at 7pm – 8pm GMT, I will be hosting an online event to share the latest news from the region and from our AGM and Festival Day in the presence of our President, the Archbishop of Canterbury. The event will run for about 45 minutes to 1 hour with a short briefing from me, a time to ask questions, and finish in prayer for our friends in Melanesia.

If you would like to attend and or know others who would like to join us, please let me know and I will send a link. Do also let me know if you have any particular questions / topics you would like me to cover.

Many thanks for your continuing support and I hope to see you online soon.

Katie Drew, MMUK

Climate Change and Food Security Poster

Climate Change and Food Security

18 October 2021, 18:00 – 20:00

Care of; Global Centre and DDE (globalcentredevon.org.uk)

This is the third in a series of A FAIR COP: from Climate Crisis to Climate Justice sessions in the lead up to COP26.

Marking World Food Day (16th October), how are disrupted weather patterns affecting food security?

In Melanesia: Katie Drew (Chief Officer, Melanesian Mission)
In Mali: Caroline Hart(Coordinator, Joliba Trust) and Deborah Hutchinson (Chair, Joliba Trust)
In Devon: David Mezzetti (Exeter Growers Cooperative)

Zoom link https://us06web.zoom.us/j/84238615322?pwd=WUNxWnUrY2ZUekV6eEpIbHlUOXpJZz09


Climate Change and Food Security Poster
Coffee Mornings Cocoa Nights

Coffee Mornings – Cocoa Nights

Coffee Mornings Cocoa Nights

Tuesday 12th October at 10am – 11am (and 7pm – 8pm) BST

On  Tuesday 12th October at 10am – 11am and repeated again at 7pm – 8pm BST, I will be hosting an online event to share the latest news from the region and from our AGM and Festival Day in the presence of our President, the Archbishop of Canterbury. The event will run for about 45 minutes to 1 hour with a short briefing from me, a time to ask questions, and finish in prayer for our friends in Melanesia.

If you would like to attend and or know others who would like to join us, please let me know and I will send a link. Do also let me know if you have any particular questions / topics you would like me to cover.

Many thanks for your continuing support and I hope to see you online soon.

Katie Drew, MMUK

Walande Island

4 Week Creation Care Course – Week 1: Caring for Creation

7 October 2021, 19.30-21.00

This 4-week Creation Care Course is a unique collaboration between The Diocese of Chester, HeartEdge, Melanesian Mission UK and Southampton University.

In this 4-week Creation Care Course, we will provide you with vital information about climate change, its impacts on people, and reflect on our role as Christians in taking practical climate action.

Week 1: Caring for Creation (7 October 2021, 19.30-21.00), we will take a theological perspective on creation care and tackling climate change, using bible studies and a wide range of theological resources.

Week 2: Understanding Climate Change (14 October 2021, 19.30-21:00), we will look at climate change, its drivers and impacts from a scientific perspective.

Week 3: Living Climate Change – Stories from Melanesia (21 October 2021, 19.30-21.00), we will learn about the effects of climate change on people and draw upon examples of climate impacts and human responses in Melanesia.

Week 4: Taking Action – Caring for the Environment, Caring for People (18 November 2021, 19.30-21.00), we will hear about various options for climate change mitigation and adaptation that we can take as individuals, as parishes and as a Christian community.