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

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Study Online in 2020-21!

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Responses to the killing of George Floyd from the staff at Luther King House

“The whirlwinds of revolt will continue to shake the foundations ...

Events

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 […]

Open Lecture: ‘Silence as Gift?’

Led by Dr. Alison Woolley Our evening together will introduce us to chosen practices of silence, evidencing its potential for profound relational transformation from the spiritual journeys of Christian women today. It will invite us to re-examine silence’s role in developing increasingly authentic selfhood, self-emptying and more responsible relationality within our lives. 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 […]

Ken Leech Memorial Lecture: ‘The Viciousness of Injustice’

An open lecture given by Canon Mark Oakley, Dean of St. John’s College, Cambridge. Luther King House and St. Chrysostom’s Manchester are delighted to welcome Canon Mark Oakely as part of our Open Lecture Series. Canon Mark Oakley has written on poetry and faith and is widely known for being a passionate campaigner for social justice […]

Growing Relationships with God

Grow in your relationship with God, by exploring deeper and richer patterns of prayer and spirituality. Learn ways of reading the Bible that help us hear and discern the voice of the Spirit. Develop your own ‘Rule of Life’, and find out how spiritual direction, retreating, and the arts can encourage our spiritual development. Look […]

Learning Theologically Together

Learn to use a method of doing theology which helps us to work with others to learn about God. The course explores using the Bible and other Christian resources to learn more about God and understand God’s will for our lives and communities. Skills include leading a group, awareness of different learning styles, understanding the importance […]

Open Lecture Programme: Resurrection – A Love Revolution

The event of the resurrection of Jesus from the dead is a profound revelation of the love of God, which impacts and inspires the life of all those who seek to follow Jesus. Moreover, we’ll see how the resurrection is a revolution of love that discloses God’s version of power, subverts death, encourages equity, confirms […]