Webinar on Tuesday 15 September from 6.00 pm to 7.30 pm (BST)
COVID has been a time of huge upheaval and an opportunity for soul-searching. What are we learning as individuals and as society?
The webinar will include a short time for discussion in randomly allocated small groups. It is hosted by the Society for Ecumenical Studies and all are welcome.
Our speakers (see below) are Roger Dawson, Ann Morisy and John Swinton. Dominic Robinson will be in the chair.
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The standard cost for this webinar is £5.00. If that’s difficult for you, please email Alison Evans, the Secretary of the Society for Ecumenical Studies. (If that link doesn’t work for you, complete this form.)
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Rev Dr Roger Dawson SJ (Roman Catholic) is Director of St Beuno’s Spirituality Centre, North Wales.
Ann Morisy (Church of England) is is an internationally acclaimed lecturer and writer. She was the Director of the Commission on Urban Life and Faith which produced the report ‘Faithful Cities’. She has written numerous themes: religious experience (with David Hay), inter-generational fairness, community ministry. In her book ‘Bothered and Bewildered’ she re-envisions theology for troubled times.
Professor John Swinton (Church of Scotland) is Professor of Divinity and Religious Studies at the School of Divinity, History, and Philosophy, University of Aberdeen, and founder of the university’s Centre for Spirituality, Health and Disability.
Rev Dr Dominic Robinson SJ is Vice Chair of the Society for Ecumenical Studies and Parish Priest of Farm Street church.
This webinar is sponsored by Reform, The Tablet, Churches Together in Britain and Ireland, Churches Together in England and Farm Street church.
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