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  • 2015 Sarum Lectures

    In light of the 800th anniversary of Magna Carta, this series will highlight different aspects of medieval history around the time the document was sealed and their resonance for today.
  • Touching the Divine

    Series of three once-monthly lectures exploring the place that touch holds within the Christian tradition. Begins Thursday 22 January.
  • Renaissance Ministry

    Two-part residential programme, ideal if you have been in parochial ministry for a number of years and are beginning to think about how to shape your ministry for the next phase.
  • St John of the Cross: Prayer as Poetry

    Weekend course with Daniel Muñoz exploring some of the spiritual wisdom of John of the Cross through his poetry and writings. Friday 30 January to Sunday 1 February.
  • The Character of Parish Churches

    Series of six fully illustrated evening lectures examining architectural styles, monuments, stained glass, and other fascinating features of churches across Wessex, Britain and Europe.
  • The Book of Judges: Exploring its Meanings

    Biblical Study Break with Robin Baker exploring the 'problematic book'. Is it ‘preached history’? Indeed, is it history at all? Or was it intended to convey other, more esoteric meanings?