Why not take part in the LLF Course together with others to play your part in discovering what God’s call is to the Church of England today, regarding questions of identity, sexuality, relationships and marriage?

Learning together using the LLF resources is a new way of discerning and being open together to hearing what God is saying to the Church of England today.

Congregations are diverse, so there is no single model for using the resources. It will be important for churches to work out what is best in their particular circumstances. Church communities might choose to use the LLF resources in midweek small groups, for example, or as part of a Lent series, or on special away days. The resources could also be used by PCCs, deanery gatherings or clergy conferences and diocesan synod meetings. They might be used in lay leadership training contexts as well as in the context of ministerial or discipleship programmes.

Find out what is happening in your area by contacting your church leaders or the LLF Advocate(s) in your diocese. Their contact details should be on your diocese’s website: search for ‘Living in Love and Faith’. If you can’t find the information you need, email us and we can help.

If you are thinking of leading a group – register on the LLF Hub and find resources for group leaders here as well as suggestions for running a Living in Love and Faith Book Club.

If you are thinking of leading a group – register on the LLF Hub and find resources for group leaders here as well as suggestions for running a Living in Love and Faith Book Club.


Source URL: https://www.churchofengland.org/resources/living-love-and-faith/living-love-and-faith-taking-part