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Re-Enchanting the Activist: Keith Hebden


7:30 pm - 9:00 pm

Luther King House

Brighton Grove

M14 5JP
United Kingdom

Re-Enchanting the Activist: Spirituality and Social Change
Led by Keith Hebden

Keith Hebden, Director of the Urban Theology Unit, invites you to join him as he talks about his latest book: ‘Re-Enchanting the Activist: Spirituality and Social Change‘. Keith has gathered first-hand accounts that show how spirituality and politics are converging to reignite modern activism. It explores the meaning of activism, and how searching for the spiritual can play it’s part.

Further details can be found on the *.pdf event flier, which you are able to download, print and/or distribute to friends/family/congregation, etc.

Our free theological lectures present recent or current research in an accessible way. Refreshments, including meals and hot drinks, are available to buy before the lecture, and drinks are available from the bar afterwards if you wish to continue conversations in the lounge.