A-Z LECTURES and CATEGORIES

Churches, Cathedrals and Abbeys

Search for Activity Type 'Talks & Lectures'. Also note the Chichester Cathedral Friends who 'host a range of events and provide opportunities to meet new people and share new experiences'.

LECTURES and TALKSRegular Programme

'The Diocese of London is the group of Church of England organisations located in North London. It comprises parishes, schools, chaplaincies, missional communities and other organisations, which are united by their common Christian faith. The Diocese is overseen by the Bishop of London, assisted by Area Bishops, Archdeacons and senior staff, and administrated by the staff of the London Diocesan Fund. Its Cathedral is St Paul’s.'

LECTURES and TALKS2021 Programme

'The Diocese of Westminster is one of the smallest dioceses in England and Wales in geographical area, but the largest in terms of Catholic population and priests. The diocese comprises 212 parishes and 208 schools located in the London boroughs north of the River Thames, west of the Lea River, in the County of Hertfordshire and the Borough of Spelthorne in Surrey.'

LECTURES and TALKS2021 Programme

'Gloucester Cathedral is a place where all are welcome, regardless of background or faith. We are open 365 days a year and are proud that there is no charge to enter the Cathedral, but we do ask that you make a donation towards the upkeep of the building. Over 300,000 people from all over the world come to the Cathedral every year to take part in our services, events and activities or to enjoy the experience of visiting one of the finest medieval buildings in Europe ... Throughout the year Gloucester Cathedral offers a diverse range of lectures and talks given by eminent speakers covering a wide variety of subjects.'

LECTURES and TALKS2021 Programme

'The Westminster Abbey Institute has been founded to foster faith in public life, among those working around Parliament Square and beyond. The Institute draws on the Abbey’s resources of spirituality and scholarship, rooted in its Benedictine tradition, to be a public forum for vigorous debate and lively truth-telling on issues of faith, ethics, politics and public policy-making.' Named Annual Lectures within the Abbey include: Charles Gore Memorial LecturesEric Symes Abbott Memorial LecturesOne People Oration.

LECTURES and TALKSNamed Public Lecture

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