Endeavour Central ‘Building Great Cities’


Endeavour Central is an inspiring blend of community, hospitality, bible teaching and music to fuel your workingweek.

In September’s Endeavour Central we’re looking at what it takes to build inspiring cities, not just in terms of the material environment but also the character and values of a city people are happy to call their home.

Guest Interview: Bob May  Head of Expert Witness and Director of Corporate Social Responsibility at Turley based in Manchester. He is a Fellow of the RTPI and has worked in both Local Government and private practice within the North of England for the last 30 years dealing with a broad range of spatial planning issues and commercial developments.  He is Director of Corporate Social Responsibility at Turley and Chair of the Turley Charitable Trust. Bob is a member of the Compulsory Purchase Association and the Academy of Urbanism. In this interview we’ll explore the impact Bob’s Christian faith has on his work and especially what he thinks it takes to make a great city.

Guest Speaker: Jo McKee has been the senior leader at St Andrew’s Radcliffe since July 2016. She delights in the amazing team she works with and the church family around her. She longs for everyone to be empowered to minister in the ways that God has set before them, so that the local church can thrive. Jo is married to Nick and they have a young family. Jo is also known for her love of ‘cake’!​

When: Wednesday 12/9/18. 6:00pm – 7:30pm. Refreshments served 6.00 -6.15pm.
Where: St Ann’s Church, St Ann’s Street, Manchester M2 7LF Map
Cost: Free. But registering your place is essential – please email Pete Horlock

Download Flyer: Coming soon
Living or work in the city, religious beliefs or none – all are welcome.
For more information contact: Pete Horlock

Event Date: 20180912
Event Price: Free

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