Kendal Ecumenical Group Meetings

Kendal Ecumenical Group Meetings

All are welcome. You do not need to be a member or supporter of the charity.

DISCUSSION GROUP has a new venue for our for 2011

‘The Space’ (Human Givens Consultancy), Gulf’s Road, Kendal LA9 4DT

which is a modern building close to the river.

Pedestrian access from Dowkers Lane car park (behind Boyes on Highgate), currently free parking in the evening. From Kendal’s One-Way circuit, vehicle access to this car park is off Kirkland/Highgate, immediately after a pedestrian crossing with traffic lights. This is the second road on the right after passing Kendal Parish Church, but the first road often goes unnoticed.

Walk down towards the river, towards, but not as far as, New Road. The Space is next door to Peill & Co. It has comfort and facilities, including a stocked kitchen where tea and coffee can be made for a nominal 30p per cup (honesty box).

Pedestrian access from New Road. Gulf’s Road is the cul-de-sac on the right at the foot of Lowther Street which leads into Edgecombe Court. It runs just above the riverside walk downstream of Miller Bridge. There is no car parking on or off this road, but walk this way from New Road car park if you are fortunate enough to find space.

Dates For 2011 Meetings

2011 meetings are most second and fourth Thursday evenings, open from 7pm, arrive by 7.25 for a 7.30pm start.

First ‘half-term’; January 13 and 27; February 10 and 24; March 10 and 24

Second half-term; April 14 and 28; May 12 and 26; June 9 and 23

no July or August

Autumn 2011; September 15 and 29, October 13 and 27, November 10 and 24

no December

For current program information email or phone 01539 737432


Saturday 21 May 2011

The Most Reverend Kevin McDonald, Archbishop Emeritus of Southwark, the lead author of
‘Meeting God in Friend and Stranger’ will speak at Castle Street Community Centre, Kendal at 10.30am.

Coffee and tea from 10am. Free simple lunch followed by questions and discussion.

Entry ONLY by free ticket. Apply in advance to or text to 0784 747 7424

Capacity is limited to 140. Tickets will be allocated and posted at the end of April.

Wednesday 21 September 2011

Rt Revd James Newcome, Bishop of Carlisle, will address an evening meeting in the Kendal Town Hall Assembly Room. Entry ONLY by free ticket. Apply in advance to or text to 0784 747 7424  Tickets will be allocated and posted at the end of August. Bishop James’ subject will be known nearer the date.

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