Black Sheep and Prodigals. An antidote to black and white religion

Black Sheep and Prodigals is aimed primarily at people who are on the edges or outside of mainstream religion — those who reject, question, or have little interest in the tenets of traditional faith.

  • Start Date: Thursday 15 March 2018
  • Start Time: 7:00PM
  • Location: Truro Cathedral, Old Cathedral School, Assembly Room
  • Speakers: Dave Tomlinson
  • Cost: £4.00 on the door, under 18s free, f/t students £2.00
  • Contact: Richard Gray
  • Email: .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)
Add to Calendar 15/03/2018 7:00 PM 15/03/2018 9:00 PM Europe/London Black Sheep and Prodigals. An antidote to black and white religion Black Sheep and Prodigals is aimed primarily at people who are on the edges or outside of mainstream religion — those who reject, question, or have little interest in the tenets of traditional faith. Truro Cathedral, Old Cathedral School, Assembly Room Richard Gray richard.gray@pcnbritain.org.uk false DD/MM/YYYY amUKCtzpuzZiICBvjmDt18702

The book sets out to present a more contemporary and more humane approach to faith, drawing on honest doubt, common sense and spiritual experience. Dave Tomlinson is an Anglican priest and founded the legendary Holy Joe’s, a church in a pub in Clapham for disaffected church drop-outs. He is now Vicar of St Luke’s, Holloway, a thriving parish church in north London and a regular contributor to Pause for Thought on BBC Radio 2.
You will find the Assembly Room by the side of the Cathedral Green
This event is sponsored by Truro Theological Society & Progressive Christianity Network, Britain.

Booking Details

£4.00 on the door, under 18s free, f/t students £2.00

Group Programme