Events Archive

Modern Church Conference 2024

Finding the Sacred in the 21st Century: New Ways of Looking at Spirituality

Location:
High Leigh
Host:
Modern Church

TAA July

Even though the football is on, so are we. But panic ye not, we're meeting online and usually finish by about 7.45 pm so you should still catch the end of the build-up and the game itself, which I understand starts at 8 pm! Usual Zoom link below. Hope to see you on Sunday at 6.30 pm.

Image by Ray Shrewsberry • from Pixabay

Location:
Online Zoom
Speaker:
Rev Andy Lowe

Malvern Festival of Biblical Literature

The first Malvern Festival of Biblical Literature will take place between Thursday 4th and Saturday 6th July 2024

Location:
Malvern Friends Meeting House, 1 Orchard Rd, Malvern WR14 3DA.
Speaker:
Various
Host:
Malvern Festival of Biblical Literature

Monthly meeting

Location:
URC of St Andrew and St George, St George's Road, Bolton and Zoom
Speaker:
Group looking at chapter 7 of "The Book of Forgiving"

Exploring Progressive Faith - Is there a God?

We shall discuss the topic 'Is there a God?', a theme raised for discussion by Keith Ward at a local meeting.

Location:
This will be a Zoom Meeting, please contact the convenor by email if you wish to come
Speaker:
Ian Cook

Southampton Group

We start our discussion of Karen Armstrong's book: Sacred Nature.

Location:
Southampton

Assisted Dying – My Death, My Decision

This event is part of the Sea of Faith - 'In Conversation' series

Location:
Zoom
Speaker:
Ian Stubbs
Host:
Sea of Faith

Jesus: Divine, Christ or both?

a St Bride's Public Theology Lecture with the Revd Jonathan Clatworthy

Location:
St Bride's Church Percy St Liverpool L8 7LT
Speaker:
Jonathan Clatworthy
Host:
St. Brides Liverpool

Regular Event

Discussion of further chapters of Alain De Botton's "Religion for Atheists"

Speaker on 'Environmental Theology'

Location:
Brunswick Methodist Church, Newcastle upon Tyne, NE1 7BJ
Speaker:
Caleb Gordon to speak and lead discussion

Participating in Democracy

Church Times and Modern Church are excited to collaborate for a new webinar series in anticipation of this year's General Election.

Location:
Online
Speaker:
Jonathan Cox, Tim Norwood, Mike Royal, Elaine Graham
Host:
Church Times and Modern Church

A Question of Anger

The topic for this week’s TAA is ‘Anger and its management’ and will be introduced by Stella Goddard. Online once again this month

Location:
Online Zoom
Speaker:
Stella Goddard

Examining the Legacy of Albert Schweitzer

One of our members will lead a discussion on the philosophy of Reverence for Life developed by Albert Schweitzer and we will reflect on the relevance of these ideas for progressive faith in the 21st Century.

Location:
This will be a Zoom Meeting, please contact the convenor by email if you wish to come
Speaker:
Marianne Mead

A Political Faith?

Church Times and Modern Church are excited to collaborate for a new webinar series in anticipation of this year's General Election.

Location:
Online
Speaker:
Min Shermara Fletcher-Hoyte, Jenny Leith, Graeme Smith, Elaine Graham
Host:
Church Times and Modern Church

Southampton Group

We finish our discussion of Chris Scott's book: The Jesus Myth. We will consider his chapter on Twenty-First-Century Christian

Location:
Southampton

Portsmouth Group

We will finish our discussion of Chris Scott's book: The Jesus Myth by looking at the chapter 'Twenty-First-Century Christian'

Most of us will have lunch together before the meeting. We meet from 12 noon in the church's cafe.

Location:
Buckland URC Church, Portsmouth

Midweek Topic - Pentecost in hymns

Location:
49 Milton Crescent Tavistock
Speaker:
the members

Open To All

Gods love for each of us - and all of us - is at the centre of a painting exhibition which is coming to Newport from mid-May to mid-June.

Location:
Newport Cathedral, 105 Stow Hill Newport, Wales, NP20 4ED
Host:
Open Table

TAA May 2024

On Sunday 12 May we meet online for our May gathering of TAA at 6.30 pm for approximately an hour.

We met in a blended manner - on site and online last time, and we want to discuss the way we meet in future so please come with ideas of how you feel is a good way forward. (NB This is not the main discussion!)

Location:
Online Zoom
Speaker:
Andy Lowe

Rudolf Steiner and the New Mysteries

Rudolf Steiner died in 1925, leaving behind a legacy of books, lectures and social initiatives still thriving to this today. This presentation examines his Christology and describes the New Mysteries he envisaged.

Location:
Friends Meeting House, 1 Orchard Road, Malvern, WR14 3DA
Speaker:
Adrian Lamont

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