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Worship In A Digital Age

Worship In A Digital Age

An online conference with CRCOnline. The theme will be Worship in a Digital Age and the keynote speaker will be Stephen Burns, Professor of Liturgical and Practical Theology in the University of Divinity, Melbourne.

Location:
Online
Speakers:
Stephen Burns, Sue Hammersley, Peter Philips

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Legacy - a dilemma

Legacy - a dilemma

In our previous meetings, we looked at our human and Christian responsibilities for the planet and based some of our reflections on Laudato Si. For this question, raised by one of our members, we shall probably explore some aspects of legacy, inheritance and social justice wondering who are our children as it is usually children that parents leave their inheritance to. Is this right? Is this just? Is this equitable?... We shall explore some of the principles identified in Fratelli Tutti, the 2020 encyclical letter from Pope Francis.

Location:
Zoom
Speakers:
Group member

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Thank You For The Rain

Thank You For The Rain

"Thank you for the rain" is a feature length documentary provided through the auspices of Christian Aid which focuses on the climate crisis in the lead up to COP 26.

Five years ago Kisilu, a Kenyan farmer, started to use his camera to capture the life of his family, his village and the damages of climate change. When a violent storm throws him and a Norwegian filmmaker together we see him transform from a father, to a community leader and activist on the global stage. Thank You for the Rain is an inspiring and captivating tale of an indefatigable optimist, who nonetheless tests his limits in the fight for a greener world.

Location:
Tavistock United Reformed Church, Russell Street, Tavistock
Speakers:
Film and discussion

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The Imagination as a Key to Unlocking Scripture

The Imagination as a Key to Unlocking Scripture

Many Christians have been brought up with a reverence for intellectual interpretations of scripture from people with whom they have little in common. The suspicion is that the ‘right answer’ to puzzling scriptures can only be unlocked by the learned. In this lecture, the ‘right answers’ mentality is questioned and the proven worth of experience, insight and imagination celebrated in graphic detail.

John has worked for over 30 years in the areas of music, worship, spirituality and social justice. He conducts workshops and seminars across the globe and, with his colleagues, develops new and accessible liturgical materials. He is an occasional broadcaster and contributor to Radio 4's Thought for the Day.

For details of the zoom meeting, please email info@pcnmalvern.org.uk

Location:
Zoom event
Speakers:
Revd Dr John Bell

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