“There is a basic assumption behind the practice of Socratic Dialogue, namely that it is worth our while to talk about the most important things, about how we ought to live.”
(Fernando Leal, in Rene Saran and Barbara Neisser, 2004, Enquiring Minds, Published by Trentham Books, (p. 123).
1st October 2014
SOCRATIC DIALOGUE on Saturday 1st November 2014
Question: What does it mean to show compassion?
Facilitator: Angella Hodgson
Venue: Clarence Road Baptist Church Hall, 6 Clarence Road,
Southend-on-Sea, Essex SS1 1AN
Times: 9.30 – 16.30
Coffee is at 9.30 to ensure a prompt start at 10.00
*Lunch 12.30 to 13.30 (approx)
SfCP would like to invite you a one-day Socratic Dialogue to be held in Southend-on-Sea. Clarence Road Baptist Church is situated in the centre of the town five minutes walk from Southend Central Railway Station (Fenchurch Street line) and fifteen minutes from Southend Victoria Station (Liverpool Street line). And approximately 7 parking spaces are available at the rear of the building.
There is a small enrolment fee of £10 to cover the cost of renting the venue, and ideally this fee should be paid in advance preferably by cheque made out to SfCP and sent with the completed Enrolment Form to:
Pat Wood 64 Woodleigh Avenue, Leigh-on-Sea, Essex SS9 4JB
By the 27th October 2014 at the latest.
*You can either bring a packed lunch or purchase food from shops close to the venue
Pat Wood & Jayne Crow
If you have any queries please contact Pat by email: firstname.lastname@example.org
or leave a message or text on 07867 556247