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Research Symposium (in Partnership with MHA) – Thursday 12th November 2020

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Research Symposium (in Partnership with MHA) – Thursday 12th November 2020

It was a pleasure to welcome so many attendees, over Zoom, to our MHA Research Symposium on Ageing on Thursday 12th November. During the symposium, many of the attendees suggested copies of the presentations and videos from the symposium be made available to everyone. Therefore, we are happy to provide YouTube links for the Zoom […]

Ken Leech Memorial Lecture 2020: ‘The Eye of the Storm’

An open lecture given by Paul Bayes, Bishop of Liverpool. Luther King House and St. Chrysostom’s Manchester are delighted to welcome the Right Reverend Paul Bayes as part of our Open Lecture Series. Ken Leech (1939-2015) was a well known Anglo-Catholic priest and a Christian socialist. He believed that theology must be grounded in prayer and […]

Research Symposium on Ageing and Spirituality – November 2020

You are invited to our next MHA Research Symposium on Ageing on Thursday 12th November from 10.30 – 16.00 which will be held on Zoom. Carol Jagger, Professor of Epidemiology of Ageing at Newcastle University, will lead our thinking on Spirituality and Healthy Ageing and Chris Swift, Director of Chaplaincy and Spirituality at MHA, will […]

2020 Whitley Lecture: ‘Finding a Friend’ The Baptist Encounter with Judaism – Live on YouTube

Ever since the horrific events of the Holocaust, the relationship of Christianity to Judaism has been under constant review. Many Christian denominations have made great strides toward a much closer rapprochement with Judaism. This lecture will ask where British Baptists stand in relation to this sea change in Christian-Jewish relations. It will identify potential problems […]

CANCELLED: Exploring the Intersection of Faith, Justice and Business

Due to recent announcements from the UK Government, it has been decided that this lecture has been cancelled. It may be rescheduled for an alternative date, and we advise those who may still wish to attend to keep checking our Events page for any further updates. All of us at Luther King House apologise for […]

CANCELLED: David Goodbourn Annual Lecture: ‘Caring for People, Water and Earth’

Due to recent announcements from the UK Government, it has been decided that this lecture has been cancelled. It may be rescheduled for an alternative date, and we advise those who may still wish to attend to keep checking our Events page for any further updates. All of us at Luther King House apologise for […]

CANCELLED: Thinking Theologically about Higher Education

Due to recent announcements from the UK Government, it has been decided that this lecture has been cancelled. It may be rescheduled for an alternative date, and we advise those who may still wish to attend to keep checking our Events page for any further updates. All of us at Luther King House apologise for […]

CANCELLED: 2020 Whitley Lecture: ‘Finding a Friend’ The Baptist Encounter with Judaism

Due to recent announcements from the UK Government, it has been decided that the 2020 Whitley Lecture has been cancelled. It may be rescheduled for an alternative date, and we advise those who may still wish to attend to keep checking our Events page for any further updates. All of us at Luther King House […]

Ash Wednesday Labyrinth

Led by Revd. Angie Tunstall Designed to accompany our Winter School on Theologies of the Body we will be gathering to create and walk the Labyrinth with a decidedly Ash Wednesday flavour. Walking the Labyrinth is an ancient spiritual practice of embodied prayer and contemplation. For those who would find walking difficult alternative ways to explore and […]

Book Launch: Theology of religion: Through the lens of ‘truth-as-openness’

A Book launch and introductory conversation by Revd Dr Graham Adams. Earlier this year, Graham’s Theology of religion: Through the lens of ‘truth-as-openness’, was published by Brill. The book surveys of the dynamic and important field of ‘the theology of religions’. But it is far more than a survey. It takes a unique view of the […]