Resources from the Conferences section
The arts not only mirror cultural change, they can bring God’s healing to cultural brokenness. Through Brehm Center courses, programs, and events guided by Director Mako Fujimura’s vision for Culture Care, leaders learn to critically integrate theology and the arts as they creatively explore and express their own callings.
The Brehm Center works in tandem with Fuller’s Schools of Theology, Intercultural Studies, and Psychology to provide a number of programs, courses, and forms of support.
For more information visit their webpage: http://fuller.edu/Brehm-Center-for-Worship-Theology-and-the-Arts/?icn=Brehm-Center&ici=Person-with-Backpack-Looking-at-Graffitti-Art_Homepage-Hero
The Centre for Theology and Community run Summer or Buxton Leadership Programmes are now open for applications.
Applications are open now for their summer and year-round programmes. Read about the different internships and download application forms here.
In 2017 a summer school in Old Catholic theology in its Ecumenical Context will be offered again, from 2-7 July. The course offers a concise introduction to the theology, history, and spirituality of the Old Catholic Churches of the Union of Utrecht.
This forthcoming half-day research seminar and global Christianity event from The Queen's Foundation is to be held on Monday 12 December at Queen’s. You are welcome to join them for either the morning or afternoon or both.
Please rsvp to Anjana Parmar at email@example.com by Monday 5 December if possible if you want to attend and also let her know if you require lunch which can be provided.
The media remain fascinated by religion, faith and belief. Often, though, the agenda for these conversations is set by others. We are keen for Christians to tell their own stories confidently and creatively in the media. Today, more than ever, we have the potential to communicate the message of the Christian faith in the public sphere.
On 24th February 2017, Whitelands College will host a Day Conference, looking at 'Growth and Decline in the Anglican Communion, 1980 to the Present.' This conference is based on a major new study edited by David Goodhew.
This free day conference will look at mission theology from four corners of the globe. It will take place at Southwark Cathedral, from 9.30am to 4pm, with a free lunch provided. The aim is to explore how contemporary global theology might inform local mission in Britain and Ireland.
Throughout 2017, Southbank Centre and the London Philharmonic Orchestra present a new festival which explores what it means to be human.
Menschen - Bilder - Eine Welt. Menschenbilder in Missionszeitschriften aus der Zeit des Kaiserreichs
The Leibniz Institute of European History (IEG) in Mainz, Germany and the Institut für Mainzer Kirchengeschichte will be co-hosting the bilingual conference "Menschen - Bilder - Eine Welt. Menschenbilder in Missionszeitschriften aus der Zeit des Kaiserreichs". The event will take place from 6-8 October 2016.
This year's ACF National Festoval is being held on Saturday 24th September at St James', Sussex Gardens, London.
The theme is Scripture and... and the keynote address will be given by the Rt Revd Dr Rowan Williams.
Thinking Theology gatherings, from tearfund, provide space to reflect on what the Bible has to say about the pursuit of justice and the way in which Christians do development work.
We all know that saints are dead and respectable. But St Paul called all the people of God saints whether they were behaving like saints, sinners or something much more ordinary. What if God is showing us the glory, the grace and the transformative love of his presence in the people who happen to be there, whether we like it – and them – or not? And could it possibly be that God is calling us to be saints as well, however unlikely that seems?
This exhibition celebrates the Fitzwilliam’s 2016 bicentenary with a stunning display of 150 illuminated manuscripts from its rich collections. They range from the prayerbooks of European royalty and merchants to local treasures like the Macclesfield Psalter, from an alchemical scroll and a duchess’ wedding gift to the ABC of a five-year old princess.
A weekend of events to mark the 5th annual conference on Disability and Church, a partnership between St Martin in the Fields and Inclusive Church.
Saturday 15 October – Sunday 16 October 2016
Bishop Graham is spealing at the next SMMS Sodality meeting on 'Mission', at St Saviour's, Pimlico, on Monday 26th September.
Register for tickets here: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/sodality-day-mission-tickets-26842053304
This course will focus on Christian diversity and ecumenism, within the unique context of Jerusalem with its rich mixture of Christian communities.
Dates: October 25, 2016 to November 1, 2016
Price: Starting at $2,400.00
Days: 8 Day
The next World Mission Conference will be held in Arusha, Tanzania on the 8th - 13th March 2018.
Unbelievable? The Conference 2016, from Premier Christianity is being held on 2nd July in London.
This year the EDA annual meeting is a gathering with a difference. It will be a day full of activities under the one roof of St James's Church. There will be a mixture of business and other activities, including the formal general meeting together with the election of new officers, an informative and challenging talk by our guest speakers Bishop Dr Grant & Doctor Wendy LeMarquand, the Area Bishop for the Horn of Africa on "God's Mission in contexts of poverty, powerlessness and persecution", time to enjoy meeting old friends and making new friends over a light lunch, enjoy a Sonata for Violin and Piano recitals or browse the shops of Piccadilly or just the market stalls in the church’s courtyard (optional). Then join in celebrating the Eucharist before the AGM and later in the evening attend the official opening of the CARAVAN Art exhibition by Rev Lucy Winkett and The Egyptian Ambassador (another optional).
You are cordially invited to the 2016 edition of Missio Africanus’ annual missions conference.
Call for Papers Translation and Religion: Interrogating Concepts, Methods and Practices University of Edinburgh, 1-3 September 2016
Call for Papers for what looks to be a fascinating conference
The inaugural Exploring the Glory of God Conference will be held from July 6-9 2016 at St John’s College, Durham University. Inspiration for the conference stems from the belief that God’s self-revelation leads to encounters that manifest in a rich variety of textual, ideological, social, and visual expressions.
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