Union Chapel Men's Group
As part of Union Chapel's project on masculinity we are hosting a facilitated men's group looking at the issues facing men today.
The group will meet fortnightly for six sessions on a Wednesday evening at Union Chapel.
Please note, you need to book a place and commit to all of the sessions, this is not a drop in group.
Spaces are limited.
To secure a place please email firstname.lastname@example.org
The first session will be introductory and you will be invited to decide whether you want to take part in the group at the end of the first session and commit to the following 5 sessions. The group will be facilitated by Laurence Johns, a men's group facilitator who has been running groups for 12 years. There will be an opportunity for the group to continue for a further six sessions from Sept onwards.
Dates and times: All sessions run between 7.30 - 9.30pm
Please note we are running two groups, the first of which is now full and starts on 3rd May, these dates are for the second group
Sessions will cost £5 each. We ask that participants pay up front for all six sessions at the end of the first session. The group will be between 10 and 20 participants and will be held in Union Chapel, Highbury and Islington, N1 2UN. This group is eligible for over 18s only.
More information below:
Union Chapel are running a year long project about contemporary masculinity and the first world war, funded by the Heritage Lottery Fund. The project will include research around the impact of the first world war on the male psyche and how this may have affected future generations, and some of the issues that men face today. Our Project Development Worker, Jack Derbyshire, will be undertaking the research and collating it into an art installation / exhibition which will be displayed in Union Chapel in November 2017. He will also be part of the mens group. Although the project has a focus on war, the group itself will be focused on the male experience today. This group is not a therapeutic group. There will be an opportunity to contribute to the research for those who are interested, although it won't be in any way compulsory.