Worth Our Weight in Gold
What’s happening when?
To celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Association of Christian Writers – originally called the Fellowship of Christian Writers – there is a year of good things to come.
Celebrations begin with a bumper summer edition of Christian Writer magazine.
Worth Our Weight in Gold is the title for our celebrations as we give thanks for all our writers and their work. The logo, designed by competition winner Lucy Hannah Art, sets the mood:
This logo is available for all ACW members to use in publicity for any event related to the Association of Christian Writers from summer 2021 until summer 2022. To receive your copy of the logo in a suitable format please contact email@example.com.
Writers’ Days in Summer 2021
There may be many events throughout the summer of 2021 to celebrate ACW and everything it stands for. These will be organised locally. Details can be published here on the website and in July’s eNews when we receive them from local group organisers. Email firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com with your news.
There is to be a GOLD WRITING COMPETITION with a fabulous prize. Launch in autumn 2021. Details will be posted on the competitions page.
AGM and Book Launch
In October 2021 we aim to launch our Jubilee Compendium at the AGM in London. Write Well is a special book prepared for the jubilee to commemorate, celebrate and continue the work of ACW. The book launch is planned for October 2021 in time to buy for Christmas 2021! Instant Apostle is the publisher and distributor.
Worth Our Weight in Gold – the weekend
If everything goes according to plan (I know, we make God laugh) the booking process for our grand finale event – a residential weekend to mark the end of the jubilee year – will open around the time of the AGM and book launch.
The event is provisionally planned for the weekend of 3 to 5 June 2022. Please note, it is not possible to reserve a place in advance. Once we have the details agreed we will publicise it to all ACW members by every means at our disposal. Until then: save the dates.