Please see below for a range of resources (follow the links to access them):
In the third session of our series of Zoom seminars, entitled ‘A Time to Heal: Reconciling in a Broken World’, Lord Boateng talked about the significance of Desmund Tutu and the notion of ubuntu for dealing with the challenges in today’s world.
In the second session of our series of Zoom seminars, entitled ‘A Time to Heal: Reconciling in a Broken World’, Naim Ateek talked about his passion for reconciliation between Israelis and Palestinians.
In the first session of our new series of Zoom seminars, entitled ‘A Time to Heal: Reconciling in a Broken World’, Flora Winfield talked about how we might re-imagine difference and live better together in our current, testing times.
To finish our 2021 series of Zoom seminars, Frankie Ward explored themes of hope and fear in connection with Hildegard of Bingen’s idea of Viriditas, or greenness.
A Talk by Dr Helen Cameron who, at this time of insecurity and rising unemployment, reflects on Christian hope for the working life and how the church can be a community of hope.
A talk by Prof. Mark Chater, reflecting on Jesus as a teacher and how this might influence the priorities of parishes, schools, dioceses and the national church
A talk by British artist Mark Cazalet
Reflections by Frankie Ward on how, as Christians, we might remain hopeful, and encourage others to be hopeful, too, in a world that is experiencing an accelerating climate crisis
Thoughts on poetry of hope by Edmund Newey
Notes on the gospel of lament by Karl Möller
A lecture by Anna Rowlands
A range of papers presented to the Cumbria Theological Society