What Would You Risk For Your Faith?
Friday 19th – Sunday 21st June 2020
at the Catholic Worker Farm
Join us for an inspiring weekend of challenge, community, prayer and celebration.
The festival will gather together young adults from across the country to explore themes of justice, including the Arms Trade, Climate Justice, Migration, Human Rights, Inter-Religious Dialogue, Mental Health, Poverty, and Disability.
Alongside prayer, music, poetry, creative arts.
All in the beautiful setting of the Catholic Worker Farm.
Come along and meet like minded people, connect with issues of justice, and be inspired for the future.
Who can come?: Young adults between the ages of 18 and 40.
Accommodation: Please bring a tent, most people will camp in the grounds of the farm. If you have special accommodation needs please indicate this when you register.
Food: Will be provided by the resident community at the farm. When you register please indicate if you have special dietary requirements.
Cost: We ask everyone who is fully waged to contribute £20. If you are not fully waged then please contribute what you can afford.
Location: Lynsters Farm, Old Uxbridge Rd, Maple Cross, Rickmansworth WD3 9XJ
The Farm is accessible by Car, or if you are using public transport we will be running a pick service from Rickmansworth Tube Station. Nearer the date we will ask you to let us know how you will be arriving.
Safety and Inclusivity: Our aim is to run an event which is safe and inclusive. If you have particular needs which we need to take into account when planning please get in touch to talk to us.
if you have any questions please email: email@example.com
We will send out more detailed information to those who register nearer the time of the festival.