Christians in Library and Information Services (CLIS)
Christians in Library and Information Services (CLIS) is the new name for the Librarians’ Christian Fellowship. The new name reflects the diverse working environments in which members now find themselves. Members are still to be found in libraries of all kinds but membership is also open to Christians who would describe themselves in other ways, for example as information officers, knowledge managers or archivists.
CLIS will be officially re-launching itself under its new name at its annual conference “Moving Forward” on Saturday 5 April 2014 in the Chancellor’s Room, Hughes Parry Hall, 19 – 26 Cartwright Gardens, London, WC1H 9EF, from 10.30. a.m. – 4.45.p.m. The speakers will be Neil Hudson, of the London Institute for Contemporary Christianity and Peter Brierley, of Brierley Consultancy. The booking fee for the day is £25.00, including lunch and refreshments, with a reduced rate of £20.00 for unwaged delegates. Further details of the Conference, and the wider work of Christians in Library and Information Services, can be obtained from The Secretary, Graham Hedges, 34 Thurlestone Avenue, Ilford, Essex, IG3 9DU. Telephone 020 8599 1310, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
. The CLIS web site is at www.christianlis.org.uk