Faith organisations and buildings have been core to the making and shaping of cities for millennia. At the same time, allegories of heavenly cities and the sacred nature of city sites are common across the world’s religions. In this conversation, The Revd Canon Michael Roden (Bristol Cathedral), Tim Dobson (The Community Church, Southmead) and Sarah James (Faithspace) will be discussing the established and changing ways in which contemporary Christian organisations contribute to, shape and influence city development and city life. This session is the first in a new programme of talks at The New Room, exploring issues of contemporary faith in action.
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We endeavour to hold our events in venues that are accessible to all, but if you have specific access concerns it is advisable to contact the venue direct. There is no parking on site but there are disabled spaces immediately outside the Horsefair entrance. The ground floor of the chapel is accessible from both the Broadmead and Horsefair entrances although there is no disabled access to the chapel gallery due to the 18th century stairs. However, within the new visitor centre, all floors are accessible by either stairs or lift. Toilet facilities are located on Level 1 and include one disabled toilet, one ambulant toilet and there is a baby changing facility. Guide and assistance dogs are welcome at the New Room. There are hearing loops available in all the meeting rooms on the site.