The Bishop of London’s Faith and Mental Health Online Lecture on the Anniversary of the First Lockdown : 23 March, ONLINE

March 23, 2021 | 7:00 pm 8:30 pm
online

On this anniversary of the first lockdown Bishop Sarah explores themes around mental health in the light of the pandemic. What is the likely fall-out of Covid-19? What has it taught us about vulnerability? Might it precipitate a step-change in addressing issues of stigma and shame and normalising conversations around mental wellbeing? Can we be liberated from the fear of judgment and repercussions in our communities? How do we lower the barriers to honesty if we are all to find a voice when we are struggling with mental health challenges?

23rd March 2021 | Online

The Bishop of London, the Rt Revd and Rt Hon Dame Sarah Mullally DBE, is not only one of the most senior Bishops in the Church of England but former Chief nursing officer for England. As such, the Bishop is uniquely placed to offer important insights and vision for the interplay between faith and health for Christians, the church and for the communities they seek to serve.

On this anniversary of the first lockdown Bishop Sarah explores themes around mental health in the light of the pandemic. What is the likely fall-out of Covid-19? What has it taught us about vulnerability? Might it precipitate a step-change in addressing issues of stigma and shame and normalising conversations around mental wellbeing? Can we be liberated from the fear of judgment and repercussions in our communities? How do we lower the barriers to honesty if we are all to find a voice when we are struggling with mental health challenges?

Attendees will be able to ask questions via the chairperson on the evening.

You will receive an invitation to the online event and instructions about joining the event closer to the time.

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