Social Reformers Summer School: Katherine's Story

By JubileeCentre 07 Feb 2018

Each year, the Jubilee Centre runs its unique three-day Summer School programme, designed to equip Christians to become social reformers in the 21st Century.

The Summer School is designed for people aged between 20 and 40 who are recent graduates, young professionals and others in business, public services or the charity sector.

This year’s School will take place on the 12th—15th July at Westminster College, Cambridge, and includes include lectures, workshops, films, group discussions and collaboration, along with a Christian heritage walking tour and a gala dinner. 

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