I received the following message from Evelyn Sweerts, the lay assistant, regarding events hosted by or with the Anglican church in Luxembourg which might be of interest:
“I hope this finds you well. I’m writing to tell you about some upcoming events hosted by the Anglican Church which are open to all, and to warmly invite members of your church to come and join us. The talk on the Dark Net will be especially useful to parents.
There are details on our Facebook page (Justice Peace and Integrity of Creation Events): https://www.facebook.com/Anglican-Church-of-Luxembourg-699163510154347/ or below:
The JPIC (formerly EFG) group is looking forward to a busy month in May, with four events planned, as follows:
- Tuesday 2 May, 8 pm, 4 rue du Pont, L5355 Oetrange: Erica Worsley Gwynne and Martine Denter will talk about the work they are doing with Refugees Luxembourg
- Wednesday 10 May, 8 pm, 4 rue du Pont, L5355 Oetrange: Are Anglicans just? Evelyn Sweerts will talk about Anglican attitudes to social action
- Monday 22 May, 8 pm, Centre Jean XXIII 52 rue Jules Wilhelm, L-2728 Luxembourg: Johan van Damme will talk about the Dark Web ‘The Internet we use is the searchable part of the web, but hidden below are the deep web and then the Darknet. What does the Darknet hide, who uses it and what has TOR to do with it?’
- Monday 29 May, 8 pm, venue to be confirmed: Marie-Christine Nibagwire will talk about sowing seeds of peace and justice after surviving the Rwandan genocide.
If anyone is interested in coming, could I ask them to RSVP to Philippa Seymour (also in cc)?”