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God Made Strange - Lucy Winkett

God Made Strange - Lucy Winkett

God comes to us in the person of Jesus, and we can feel more connected to God through his humanity: he lives a human life, full of sorrow, joy, relationships and events.  But in the cross, God is also revealed to us to be utterly different from our inevitably anthropomorphised pictures.

Location:
St Paul's
Speaker:
Lucy Winkett

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PCN  ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING

PCN ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING

This year the PCN annual meeting will return to the Queen Elizabeth Hospital in Birmingham, thanks to the generosity of the chaplaincy team there.

The meeting gives an opportunity to hear about and discuss the work of PCN over the past year and to look ahead to our programme of events and projects. We particularly hope that members and group co-ordinators will join us and share news from their regions. We will be presented with the accounts and elect trustees.

Location:
The Queen Elizabeth Hospital, Mindelsohn Way, Birmingham B15 2TH
Speaker:
1.45pm ‘THE INNER LEVEL’ Talk and Discussion : Richard Wilkinson
Host:
PCN Britain

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Jesus Christ:  the Unanswered Questions - Rowan Williams

Jesus Christ:  the Unanswered Questions - Rowan Williams

Who do you say I am? Jesus asked his disciples this question and for 2,000 years Christians have wrestled with this, the defining question of our faith. Jesus led a completely familiar and recognisable life, but also one that was utterly radical and unrecognisable: a unique divine moment in the history of our world.

Location:
St Paul's
Speaker:
Rowan Williams
Host:
St Paul's, London

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The Future of Faith lecture series - Alastair McIntosh

The Future of Faith lecture series - Alastair McIntosh

‘Towards Third Millennium Christianity:  Activism, Nonviolence and the Mystical Imperative’

Location:
Rawtenstall Unitarian Church and Unity Centre, Bank Street, Rawtenstall. Rossendale BB4 7QY. Lancashire.
Speaker:
Alastair McIntosh
Host:
Unitarians of the Lancashire Collaborative Ministry and Pendle Hill Quakers. Supported by the Progressive Christianity Network

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