Thursday, 7 June 2007

Changing Attitude organiser on tour of UK

Davis Mac-Iyalla, director of Changing Attitude Nigeria arrives in London on 5 July directly from a 20 city speaking and preaching at 52 events across the USA, where he will address the Executive Council of The Episcopal Church meeting from June 11-14 on the homophobic violence promoted by the Church of Nigeria (Anglican Communion).

On arrival in England, his first engagement will be to attend the General Synod of the Church of England. In York he will talk at a meeting of the CA York group on Saturday 7 July and a fringe meeting at General Synod on 8 July. He will meet bishops and members of Synod. He also hopes to meet Bishop Benjamin Kwashi of the diocese of Jos, Nigeria, who is at Synod for a meeting organised by Anglican Mainstream.

On Tuesday 10 July Davis will travel from York to Hexham to speak to the CA Newcastle and Durham group, and has invitations to speak to the CA groups in Ripon and Leeds, Lincoln, Birmingham, Manchester and Guildford. He will meet the Changing Attitude England trustees, preach in Devizes and at St James Piccadilly and St Thomas Finsbury Park in London and meet Canon Philip Groves, Facilitator for the Listening Process at the Anglican Communion office in London. Read more

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