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Released for Mission: thinking and living our structures theologically

Released for Mission: thinking and living our structures theologically

Date Time Location Price
Friday, 3rd April 2020 10:00am - 4:30pm Jerusalem Chamber Free, booking required

Anglicans have four Instruments of Communion. How do these structures serve the gift of communion, and release us to participate more fully in God’s mission for the world? Where might they need reform or reimagining?

Schedule

9:30am - Coffee available

10:00am-4:30pm - Seminar

5:00pm - Choral Evensong in the Abbey

Seminar speakers and topics

To be confirmed.

About this event

In partnership with the Anglican Communion Office, this event is part of a series of international ecclesiology day-long seminars occasioned by the forthcoming Lambeth Conference. Each day will focus on a specific theme related to Anglican identity, and the nature and mission of the Anglican Communion in the twenty-first century.

Tickets

To apply for a place at one or more of these seminars, please email [email protected] with your name, reason for interest, and contact details. Places are strictly limited.


Westminster Abbey The Chapter Office Westminster Abbey 20 Dean's Yard London UK SW1P 3PA

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