Embrace Day 2019 bookings now open!

 

Booking is now open for our Embrace Day events.

They are special events to give thanks for, and celebrate the work of our Christian partners, volunteers and you!

This September we’ll be bringing our events to London, Edinburgh and for the first time Cardiff!

You’ll hear from our Christian partners who have travelled especially to meet you and tell you about the wonderful work you are supporting. And you'll hear from our CEO, Tim Livesey with updates on the difference your support makes.

Embrace Days are FREE events but tickets must be booked in advance.

Use the links below to book your ticket and please do get in touch if you need any assistance.

Call: 01494 897950

Email: events@embraceme.org.

Book Now

Embrace Day Edinburgh: Saturday 21 September

Includes Annual service of thanksgiving and celebration.
Where: Augustine United Church, 41 George IV Bridge, Edinburgh EH1 1EL
When: 10:30am - 3:30pm
Speaker: Fr Emanuel Youkhana, Executive Director of Christian Aid Program in Northern Iraq (CAPNI) where we are supporting work for the first time.
Book:

Bookings now closed

NEW: Embrace Day Cardiff: Wednesday 25 September

Embrace Day Cardiff will consist of an Evensong service at the beautiful Llandaff Cathedral, followed by a complimentary light buffet.
Where: Llandaff Cathedral, Cathedral Close, Cardiff, CF5 2LA
When: 5:30pm Evensong, 6:15pm Buffet, 7pm Keynote speaker.
Speaker: Archbishop Paul Sayah, Curial Bishop Emeritus of Antioch.
Book:

We have reached the limit of tickets that include food for Embrace Day Cardiff! We have released more that will give access to the Evensong and speaker session.

Book via Eventbrite.

Embrace Day London: Saturday 28 September

Includes Annual service of thanksgiving and celebration.
Where: St Michael's Church, Chester Square, London, SW1W 9EF
When: 10:30am - 3:30pm
Speaker: Archbishop Paul Sayah, Curial Bishop Emeritus of Antioch.
Book: Click here to book your free ticket with the choice to add lunch.

Image credits: (L) Archbishop Paul Sayah - © SAT-7 UK 2017. Used with permission. (R) Fr Emanuel Youkhana.