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Special Film Screening: King – Montgomery to Memphis

The world has been marking the 50th anniversary year of the ...

MARTIN LUTHER KING JR – Reflections to mark the anniversary of his assassination

On 4 April we will be marking the 50th anniversary of the death of ...

Resisting Violence Against Women: Art Exhibition & Lecture

Art Exhibition and Lecture From January 2018, ‘The Manchester ...

Events

15 Nov

Research Symposium on Ageing and Spirituality – November 2018

This seminar is an opportunity to share current or recent research in ...

27 Nov

Special Film Screening: King – Montgomery to Memphis

The world has been marking the 50th anniversary year of the ...

04 Feb

2019 Whitley Lecture: ‘From Theology to Theologies’

  It is now an undeniable fact that, demographically speaking, ...

Worship

At the centre of our life together at LKH is our worship. We gather together in the chapel on Tuesday morning for worship and everyone is welcome to join us. Often a member of the academic staff will be preaching with different members of our learning community leading and participating, but we also have special guests who come to share with us. Holy Communion forms part of our worship usually on alternate weeks.

There is no set pattern to our services. As an ecumenical community, our worship seeks to reflect a wide variety of church traditions, and this can be both challenging and enriching! We aim to bring to one another the gifts of our different churches, and our hope is that all will be able to encounter God as we learn what it means to be a worshipping community together.

Personal spirituality is of course an individual matter, but it is likely that our sharing and learning together as a community here will have their own impact on your journey with God. We hope you will find ways to develop your own life of prayer and spirituality in company with others, and both colleges or staff are there to offer guidance on finding additional resources such as a spiritual director.