God-Bites is a series of sessions we have organised to help us to engage with topics which are related to our faith. At each session we will hear from an expert who will talk to us for 15-20 minutes, then we will have a period of informal questions and answers and discussion. We are also planning a couple of sessions which will have a panel, so we can enjoy a gentle debate and hear different views on a subject.

Each session will be at lunchtime, usually on a Thursday starting at 12noon, and will last about an hour, so that we can enjoy an informal lunch together after the session. The venue will depend on the number of people booked – either in the History Room in the office or in the Cotton Chapel in St Botolph. There is no cost; booking is just to give us an indication of numbers for the session. All are welcome – the sessions will be suitable for those who don’t regularly attend services, as well as congregation members.

To book please contact Revd Sue Rose via sue.rose@parishofboston.co.uk, (01205) 310929
or inform the Church Office.

The other sessions will include “Can War ever be Justified?” (panel event), “Human Trafficking – what is it?” “Do Animals go to Heaven?” “What happens when we die?”, “Embracing Christ: Christening babies and children in British families down the ages and today”,  and will be held on the following dates:

  • 28th February Resilience – Justine Allain Chapman, Archdeacon of Boston
  • 14th March Modern Slavery and Human Trafficking – Trevor Porter, Salvation Army
  • 28th March Can War ever be Justified? – Panel Discussion
  • 23rd May Faith and Politics – Reverend Dr Sally Myers, Principal, Lincoln School of Theology
  • 27th June Do animals go to heaven? – Reverend Jane Robertson
  • 25th July – To be Confirmed
  • 22nd August – Reverend Aly Buxton
  • 26th September ‘Embracing Christ: Christening babies and children in British families down the ages and today’ – Reverend Dr Sarah Lawrence, IME Officer, Diocese of Lincoln
  • 24th October What happens when we die? – Reverend Sue Rose
  • 28th November – To be Confirmed