Her first was with the "Business Connect" discussion at the Town Hall between 1pm and 2pm.
It was part of the series of such meetings where business people - mostly from Finance - are confronted with their own image by various speakers.
Not many active farmers seem to attend - although there were at least two retired agriculturalist sitting at my table - but today's audience was more varied than usual.
Other speakers were Geoff Cook of Jersey Finance, Richard Syvret who was the first chief at the JFSC in 1998, and Father Francis Macauley, the newly arrived priest at St Thomas'. John Scott facilitated well to keep four speakers contained within the hour available and Business Connect will be posting a video of the proceedings via YouTube in due course.
I interviewed Helen shortly before she set out to speak at the Georgetown Methodist Chapel.
I wonder whether the Christians are getting to grips with such issues rather more usefully than the "progressive" politicos in Jersey at the present time?
Christian Aid website is