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How Faith Changes

How Faith Changes

Dr Ruth Perrin has recently conducted research in the North East into faith formation in young adults. Join Ruth for an engaging seminar and discussion about her fascinating research.

Location:
Billingham Forum, The Causeway, Billingham TS23 2LJ
Speaker:
Ruth Perrin
Host:
Billingham Group

Full details in group programme

Silence for Beginners - with Richard Carter

Silence for Beginners - with Richard Carter

Silence is something we can long for or dread, but it’s often said that silence is the country where the saints learn their language.  From the earliest years of Christianity to the present day, it’s where men and women have sought, and found, God.  But as many who have tried it know, it is not always as simple as it sounds.

Location:
Royal Foundation of St Katharine in Limehouse, East London (www.rfsk.org.uk)
Speaker:
Richard Carter
Host:
St Paul's, London

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Holy Envy - Barbara Brown Taylor

Holy Envy - Barbara Brown Taylor

Christians are taught that God is everywhere, and many of us experience the sacred in unexpected places:  in nature, in friends and strangers, in music and the arts.  But can we also encounter God in the faith of other people?

Location:
St Paul's Cathedral, London
Speaker:
Barbara Brown Taylor
Host:
St Paul's, London

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The Paradox of Freedom - Bishop Graham Tomlin

The Paradox of Freedom - Bishop Graham Tomlin

Jesus says that the truth will set us free.  But it turns out freedom is a surprisingly complex idea.  What does it really mean to be free? What kind of freedom do we need in the modern world? How can Christian visions of freedom engage with contrasting ideologies and traditions?

Location:
St Paul's Cathedral, London
Speaker:
Bishop Graham Tomlin
Host:
St Paul's, London

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