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St Martin-in-the-Fields Autumn Lecture Series: The Dream for Our Planet

Date: 25/10/2021
Location: St Martin-in-the-Fields WC2N 4JJ (also livestreamed)
Audience: All Welcome but please book a ticket (online) www.smitf.org/lectures

One week before COP26 UN Climate Change Conference, our Autumn Lecture Series addresses the question confronting the future of our entire planet and asks what is our dream for our planet and what we must do now.

The Healing Potential of the Hybrid Church

Date: 30/10/2021
Location: St Paul's Church, Wilton Place, Knightsbridge

With expert speakers, this workshop will explore the opportunities of the hybrid church to offer hope to our traumatised communities

St Martin-in-the-Fields Autumn Lecture Series: We are Such Staff as Dreams are Made on: Theatre and the Imagination

Date: 01/11/2021
Location: St Martin-in-the-Fields WC2N 4JJ (also livestreamed)
Audience: All Welcome but please book a ticket (online) www.smitf.org/lectures

Nicholas Hytner speaks about why the theatre and the arts are so essential to our national life and our own humanity. How can theatre help us to transcend boundaries, expand truth, deepen empathy and set free both the imagination and our own creativity? How does theatre make word flesh?

Preaching in African Christianity

Date: 02/11/2021
Location: Online via Zoom
Audience: All welcome

Dr Ajibade will lead our roundtable on 2 Nov, 7pm GMT.

St Martin-in-the-Fields Autumn Lecture Series: A Dream for a New Social Order

Date: 15/11/2021
Location: St Martin-in-the-Fields WC2N 4JJ (also livestreamed)
Audience: All Welcome but please book a ticket (online) www.smitf.org/lectures

In the final lecture of this year’s series We Have a Dream, Sam Wells considers the long shadow of Archbishop William Temple’s 1942 book, Christianity and Social Order, which was so influential in the establishment of the welfare state. Is such a contribution from the church or a theologian appropriate in a much more plural society 80 years later? If so, what might such a vision encapsulate? Liz Adekunle responds with her own perspective on these questions and Sam’s proposals.

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