Church of England Diocese of Norwich Hethel

All Saints Church, Hethel

Welcome to All Saints, Hethel – "Hethel Church" as it's known locally. We were delighted to be runners-up in the Norfolk Welcoming Churches Awards 2016, and to win the churchyards category of the Co-op Sustainable Places competition, 2014. We are confident that you will feel welcome and blessed when you visit.

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God and Money

19 Oct 2019, 7:30 p.m. for 2hr

Church Lane
Hethel
Norwich

How does the Church of England invest its pension (etc) funds?
Can money you save do some good in the world?
Rev Edward Carter, Vicar of St Peter Mancroft, Norwich, will discuss with us God and Money.

Since 2010, Edward Carter, Vicar of St Peter Mancroft, Norwich, has been a Trustee of the Church of England’s CBF Funds, which has around £2bn of church money under investment. He also serves on the Ethical Investment Advisory Group of the Church of England.
Edward will tell us how the Church manages its money, and go on to discuss what "ethical investment" means for all of us who have a bank account, savings or a pension. Jesus had more to say on money than on many other things. Does it matter, then, where you choose to save? How can you make a positive difference to the world?
This evening is part of Hethel Church's "Spirituality and …" series. It will be informal, a dialogue more than a homily, with wine and nibbles in the interval and time for questions afterwards.
It also connects well with Good Money Week (5-11 October), a national focus on lending our money (ie saving) wisely, positively and constructively. At a time when many of us feel powerless to influence the world, here is one way in which we can make a difference.
The £5 suggested donation will defray expenses, any surplus being shared between the church's sound reinforcement project and the Mancroft Advice Project, "here for young people finding their way".