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TQQ: The Church and the Churches: The Message Of Christian Architecture (2/2)

  • Course Dates: Tue 4 July, 7:00 pm to 9:00 pm

Why are the churches we are so familiar with organized the way they are?

Why are most in the Gothic style, and what is the difference between the medieval and Victorian varieties of this style? Why are so many Nonconformist chapels built in a Classical style? These sessions explore the ways in which different understandings of Church are expressed in architecture.

It is possible that a visit to the nearby St Osmund’s church will be included in the plan. Designed by Augustus Pugin, that church is a fine example of the style that he advocated, a style which was adopted across the Church of England. His drawings are still there, and the effect of Vatican II is also clear.

John Elliott asks that each TQQ student should do a little homework in advance, i.e. to draw a plan of the internal arrangements of their church and how they would like to change it.

Advance booking not required, simply come along on the evening.

For further information about Theology Quest and Questions, visit our TQQ page or contact
Alison Ogden (aogden@sarum.ac.uk; 01722 424826) or David Catchpole (davidcatchpole538@gmail.com; 01722 424800).

Course Details

Date:
Tue 4 July
Time:
7:00 pm to 9:00 pm
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Tutor:
John Elliott was formerly Senior Lecturer in Art and Architecture at the Universities of London and Reading.
Course Code:
4015
Course Price:
£6, includes refreshments

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