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ICCU's 2018 Events Week is a week of talks and activities about our Christian faith, based around the theme, "Home".

We are all very excited to be hosting a range of events throughout the week to tackle the deeper questions of life, to offer our opinions and to listen to yours! We'd be delighted to see you at any of our events, you'll be very welcome.

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The week's events

Band Night
Monday 5th February 2018

Band Night at Reynolds

Enjoy an evening of live music and find out about the upcoming week of events, with the band, FATHERED.

Check them out here!

This event will be held at Reynolds Bar on Imperial's Charing Cross Campus in Hammersmith.

8pm, Reynolds Bar

Finding Your Worth
Tuesday 6th February 2018

Coming Home: Finding Your Worth

Join us from 12 noon to enjoy a lunch provided by the Christian Union.

At 12:15, Stephen Foster will help us to engage with the claims of the person of Jesus by speaking to us. There will then be a time for anyone to bring their questions about the Christian faith and they will be answered.

The Home Café will then be open until 14:00, offering tea, coffee and a chance to relax.

12 noon, Union Concert Hall (Level 2 Beit)

Why is life such a struggle?
Tuesday 6th February 2018

Why is life such a struggle?

Why is life for many of us so difficult? Why is it so often messy, a challenge and just not that great? How can there be a loving God amongst people's pain?

Dr. John Wyatt Professor of Ethics and Perinatology at University College London tackles this difficult topic which faces us all.

Doors open at 19:00
Interview and talk from 19:15 to 20:00
Q&A from 20:00

7pm, Glenister G1-G3, Imperial Charing Cross Campus

Finding Belonging
Wednesday 7th February 2018

Coming Home: Finding Belonging

Join us from 12 noon to enjoy a lunch provided by the Christian Union.

At 12:15, Stephen Foster will help us to engage with the claims of the person of Jesus by speaking to us. There will then be a time for anyone to bring their questions about the Christian faith and they will be answered.

The Home Café will then be open until 14:00, offering tea, coffee and a chance to relax.

12 noon, Union Concert Hall (Level 2 Beit)

Finding Peace
Thursday 8th February 2018

Coming Home: Finding Peace

Join us from 12 noon to enjoy a lunch provided by the Christian Union.

At 12:15, Stephen Foster will help us to engage with the claims of the person of Jesus by speaking to us. There will then be a time for anyone to bring their questions about the Christian faith and they will be answered.

The Home Café will then be open until 14:00, offering tea, coffee and a chance to relax.

12 noon, Union Concert Hall (Level 2 Beit)

Faith in the questions
Thursday 8th February 2018

Faith in the questions- Riding Lights Theatre

Counting the Clouds, a new one-act play by Nigel Forde followed by conversation with leading scientists.

Taking questions from the audience to a panel of academic Imperial staff members who will talk about how their Christian faith and work in the field of science plays out.

Tickets are free, but you will need to reserve your seat by clicking here.

6:30pm, Holy Trinity Church, South Kensington (next to Beit)

Finding Purpose
Friday 9th February 2018

Coming Home: Finding Purpose

Join us from 12 noon to enjoy a lunch provided by the Christian Union.

At 12:15, Stephen Foster will help us to engage with the claims of the person of Jesus by speaking to us. There will then be a time for anyone to bring their questions about the Christian faith and they will be answered.

The Home Café will then be open until 14:00, offering tea, coffee and a chance to relax.

12 noon, Union Concert Hall (Level 2 Beit)

About the speaker

Band Night

Stephen Foster

Preaching Pastor at Holy Trinity Brompton

Stephen Foster was born and bred in the majestic town of Luton. He read Law at St Anne’s College, Oxford, and Theology at Selwyn College, Cambridge, including research on the interrelation of justice and love. He worked as a Barrister for seven years, specialising in criminal defence – including serious fraud and large-scale drug importation. Stephen is now the Preaching Pastor at HTB, leading the Discipleship Team, the Bible in One Year app, and School of Preaching.