August and September Courses and Events Newsletter
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2016-17 Learning to Nourish the Human Spirit

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Individually Guided Retreats
Individually Guided Retreats
Take an extended time of prayer and inner silence this summer with the support and guidance of an experienced retreat facilitator. Monday 15 to Thursday 18 August and repeated Monday 22 to Thursday 25 August
Centre and Circumference 2 by Jake Lever
Lever Arts in Residence Open Evening
Friday 19 August from 6pm to 8pm. Free and open to all. Book your place by emailing or telephoning 01722 424800.
Cloud of Witnesses: Liturgical Celebration for All Saints and All Souls
Cloud of Witnesses: Liturgical Celebration for All Saints and All Souls
Reflection on death, resurrection, remembrance and a growing awareness of the communion of saints characterise these final weeks of the year. Friday 9 September
Theology Quest and Questions
Theology Quest and Questions
This course opens the study of Christian theology to those who want to know what they believe, why they believe it, and whether they should keep on believing it. The Autumn term begins Tuesday 27 September. See all forthcoming TQQ sessions »
Lunchtime Concert: Arcangeli Harp Duo
Lunchtime Concert: Arcangeli Harp Duo
Programme includes music by Cesar Franck, Debussy, John Thomas and Bernard Andres. Friday 7 October
2016 Sarum Singing Break
Sarum Singing Break
Ideal for anyone who enjoys singing liturgical church music. The programme includes rehearsals and singing services in the College’s Chapel and St Thomas’s Church. Friday 7 to Sunday 9 October
Niblett Memorial Lecture: Reading Scripture Today
Niblett Memorial Lecture: Reading Scripture Today
Professor Frances Young will explore what postmodernism means for reading scripture today. She will focus the issues by looking closely at how the Jewish scriptures were read by the author of the Epistle to the Hebrews, and how the Epistle itself was read by those who first regarded it as scripture.Saturday 15 October, free and open to all. To book your place email or telephone 01722 424800.
Postgraduate Study Taster Days

Looking Ahead

•  Accompanying Others Tues 18 October
•  Stanley Spencer’s Memorial Chapel at Burghclere Mon 24 October
•  Veganism and Human Flourishing Sat 29 October
•  Sing Gregorian Chant Sat 5 November
•  Revisiting the Riddles of the Gospel of Matthew Mon 7 to Thurs 10 November
•  This Train is Bound for Glory? American Dreams Then and Now Tues 8 November
•  Lunchtime Concert: Nadav Hertzka Fri 11 November
•  Spiritual Directors Forum: Befriending Death? Wed 16 November
•  Mindfulness and Meditative Prayer Fri 18 November
•  Great Grandmothers of Jesus (Part Two) Thurs 24 November
•  Day of Spiritual Reflection: Christ Child Fri 25 November

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