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The main event in the region in the next three months is the visit of Australian author and theologian, Val Webb. Her best known work is ‘In Defence of Doubt’. She will be at the Friends Meeting House in Newbury (1 Highfield Avenue, RG14 5DS) on Friday 17th April at 7.45 pm.
Cost £3 per person.
For details see the Newbury Group pages on the PCN Britain web site.
If you would like a lift please contact Martin Godfrey

Other events coming up in the next few weeks are:

Wednesday 25th February 4 to 6 pm
Professor Andrew Bradstock will speak on ’ The Common Good: an old concept for modern times’,
The venue and is the University of Winchester, Department of Theology, Religion and Philosophy, Medecroft, Sparkford Road, Winchester.
Admission free

Thursday 5th March 7.30 pm
Ard Louis, Professor of Theoretical Physics, University of Oxford, will speak on ‘God, Science and Evidence - finding answers to ultimate questions’.
The venue is the University of Southampton, Highfield Campus, Building 46 (Physics A).SO17 1BJ
Admission free but plate collection.
Martin will forward a flyer by e-mail on request.
The event is organised by Christians in Science, Central South.

Tuesday 10th March 6.30 pm
Dr Paula Gooder will speak on ‘The Body Beautiful? Body, Soul, Spirit and Mind in the writings of Paul’.
The venue is the nave of Chichester Cathedral.
Admission free

Friday to Sunday 13th to 15th March
PCN Britain Members’ Residential Weekend
The Hayes Conference Centre, Swanwick, Derbyshire DE55 1AV
Cost £155
For details see Events section of PCN-Britain web site.

Saturday 9th May
PCN Spring Conference
‘Is Religion a Work of Art?’
Speaker Mark Oakley
Bloomsbury Central Baptist Church, London

Monday to Thursday, 11th to 14th May
Free to Believe Working Party
‘Reason, Faith and Revolution: Reflections on the God Debate by Terry Eagleton’
Led by David Peel
Windermere Centre, Lake Road, Windermere, Cumbria LA23 2BY
Cost £186
For more details see Free to Believe web site under ‘Conferences’

Monday to Thursday, 13th to 16th July
Modern Church Annual Conference
‘Seeking the Sacred: Christianity in dialogue with other religions and the world’
High Leigh Conference Centre, Hoddesdon, Herts
Cost £230 (standard room), £295 (en suite)
For more details see Modern Church web site

Thursday to Saturday, 23rd to 25th July
Sea of Faith Annual Conference
‘Out of Our Minds: what can we offer towards a healthy world?’
Keynote speakers include David Boulton
University of Leicester, Oadby Halls
More details in April Bulletin

The Ammerdown Centre nr Bath offers an extensive programme of courses. For details see the Centre’s web site

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