St Michael’s Lectures 2019

Hosted by: St Michael's Lectures

Wednesdays 13th, 20th, 27th March; 3rd, 10th April, at 7pm, Professor Oliver Nicholson (Univ of Minnesota) will guide our Lent Reading Group in “Selections from Cyprian”. All welcome – attendance at just one or a few sessions is fine – these meetings follow (optional) Stations of the Cross at 6pm.

Everyone, of any faith or none, is warmly welcomed to the St Michael’s Lectures. There is a voluntary retiring collection.

Lectures are followed by discussion and light refreshments, and are held in St. Michael’s Church. For further information, or to discuss disabled access, contact us at hmdg@stmichaelsmountdinham.org.uk – the Lecture Series is organised by Sabrina Groeschel and Julian Hofmann.

Forthcoming Lecture Dates for 2019 :-

to be confirmed.

 

Past Lectures in 2019.

Wednesday 30th January 2019 at 7.30pm. We welcome to the St Michael’s Lectures Dr Darren Schreiber (Univ of Exeter) to talk about “The Neuroscience of Political and Religious Beliefs”.

Wednesday 20th February at 7.30pm, Professor Emma Loosley (Univ of Exeter) will address the important topic – The Syrian Conflict: What is it Really about? – from her extensive personal and professional knowledge.

Directions


St Michael and All Angels’ Church, Dinham Road, Mount Dinham, Exeter, EX4 4EB