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Chris writes: Today I'm working on some Light in Darkness paintings for a new exhibition! I would love you to join me for the launch of the exhibition at Foxhill House in Frodsham near Chester. Here's the info: A day with the artist Chris Duffett exploring how art speaks to us and helps us to engage with our faith.Friday 2nd June, 2023 led by the Reverend Chris Duffett.Chris is an artist with a desire to bring words, comfort and scenes from God's heart to those for whom he paints. Chris’ fine art seeks to bring the colours and mystery of other realms. His work is playful and joy filled with an overemphasis of light. Come and view Chris’ latest Foxhill Exhibition, spend time with the artist and his paintings, hear about how faith feeds into the process of art making, and reflect with Chris on how art speaks to us and helps us to engage with our faith.Chris studied Art with Theology at Chester College and has exhibited in Chester and Cambridge and has worked as an artist in residence with Chelmsley Wood Baptist Church. His work is often used for publications and magazines.As well as painting and creating he is the founding evangelist of The Light Project and now co-principal of The Light College. He is an author, tutor, poet, Baptist minister and former President of the Baptist Union of Great Britain. Chris serves annually as a chaplain on the island of Bardsey which has influenced much of his work. The day starts with tea and coffee at 9.30am, finishing at 3.30pm.£25.00 per person - includes lunch and refreshments.Book at: www.foxhillchester.co.uk/whats-on/retreats/ ... See MoreSee Less
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The Light College & Collective are partnering with Myriad, a national initiative, to deliver a new and exciting learning community called illuminate. This is for churches from all over the country looking to plant out new small church communities led by everyday people. Illuminate learning communities will offer an opportunity for everyday planters to journey together over 2 years, being supported and resourced with the tools they need to establish new small church communities.Maybe you are an everyday person who has a yearning to start a new church community and help your church reach out. If that is you then get in touch to find out more at illuminate@lightcollege.ac.uk or visit our webpage lightcollege.ac.uk/illuminate/To help people explore, we will be offering a couple of taster events. This will be an opportunity to find out more and ask any questions. The next taster events will be on:Monday May 15th on zoom at 7pmSaturday June 10th on zoom at 10amPlease let us know if you would like to come alongilluminate@lightcollege.ac.uk ... See MoreSee Less
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The Light College is an official partner of The University of Chester and offers courses which allow people from a variety of backgrounds and ages to continue, or return to study by way of our Degree courses, Baptist ministerial training and a Professional Certificate in Pioneer Chaplaincy.

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