Commemorating 500 years since the Reformation

Always Reforming: The continuing impact of the Reformation.

A very interesting series of lectures will be taking place during September to commemorate 500 years since the Protestant Reformation.  The programme consists of five lectures:

 

7th September, 6pm for 6.30pm start, King Alfred Campus, University of Winchester:

“The God who is transcendent in our midst” (Bonhoeffer): Divine and Creaturely Action according to the Reformation.

This lecture will be given by Professor Tom Greggs. Professor Greggs holds the Marischal Chair of Divinity at the University of Aberdeen.

The lecture is free of charge.  To book your place, please register at: https:/www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/always-reforming-the-reformation-and-its-legacy-today-tickets-35694735916.

 

18th September, 7pm Wessex Centre, Inner Close, Winchester Cathedral.

Renewal and Reform: Finding common ground on the Reformation after the Ecumenical Movement.

The lecture will be given by Revd. Dr. Susan Durber. Susan Durber is a minister of the United Reformed Church, serving in Taunton, Somerset.

 

20th September, 7pm. Wessex Centre Inner Close, Winchester Cathedral.

A Reforming Imagination: Conversation points for today.

The lecture will be given by Dr. Michael Jagessar who is a minister of the United Reformed Church (UK) and who adds colour to the leadership and is helping to reshape its global intercultural ministeries.

 

25th September, 7pm. Wessex Centre, Inner Close, Winchester Cathedral.

The Calling of Creatures like Us: Thinking with Reformation traditions about what it means to be Human.

This lecture will be given by Professor Neil Messer who is Professor of Theology at the University of Winchester, a minister of the United Reformed Church and a member of the Expert Group of Ethics of the Community of Protestant Churches in Europe.

 

26th September, 7pm. Wessex Centre, Inner Close, Winchester Cathedral.

Luther, Paul and the Radical Power of Grace. 

This lecture will be given by Professor John Barclay who has been at Durham University as Lightfoot Professor of Divinity since 2003, having previously been professor at the University of Glasgow.

 

To cover the costs of the lectures being held in the Wessex Centre, there will be a charge of £5 for each lecture or £16 for the series.  Please contact the Box Office at Winchester Cathedral (Tel: 01962 857200) or book online to reserve your place.

 

Should you require more details relating to any of the lectures, please speak to William.