Three spring lectures by Prof John Goldingay on the prophets Jeremiah and Daniel, and what they can tell us about the world and the church.
Artist Peter S Smith explores art historian Dr Rookmaaker's challenging view of Christianity and the Arts, as experienced in a decade of letters and meetings, accompanied by an exhibition of Peter's work.
Dr William Allchorn will look at the rise of populist far right parties across Europe, and what Christians should do about it.
"Feminism": How Christians characterise it, how it can be redeemed, and what all this can teach us about ourselves. A free lecture with Dr Valerie Hobbs.
A conference on faith and business for the north of England.
Dr Craig Bartholomew will help us to understand the world-views and practices that are blighting our world, and how we as followers of Jesus Christ can respond with insight and healing.
Five practical workshops equipping you to share the gospel with confidence and creativity.
Our 8-session course exploring the Bible's big story, and what it says about migrants, Trump and Brexit, through the lens of the reformational tradition.
What's the impact of our business on other people, the planet and ourselves? Whom exactly are we serving at work: customers, management or God? How do we understand business and the kingdom?
The Big Conversation: the Church Scientific conference, asking big questions about big topics in scientific research and Christian worldview.
J. Richard Middleton explores how a biblical understanding of the new creation can change your life.
Has our faith got anything to say about Brexit, President Trump or the migrant crisis? Can the Bible shed any light here? Is 'going to heaven' the only hope? Have we sidelined the kingdom's agenda for the 'restoration of all things'? Come and explore the relevance of our faith today in the capable hands of David Hanson, over fine wine and cheese.