The Koinonia Lectures

The Koinonia lectures, co-organised by Westminster Abbey, the Diocese of London, and St Paul’s Cathedral, offer an opportunity to engage with the latest research from a wide range of theological and ecclesiological thinkers.

The programme will draw on distinguished speakers from international and ecumenical contexts and will explore a diverse range of topics.

There will be four online lectures and two in-person lectures, one at St Paul’s and one at Westminster Abbey. Each will comprise a 45-minute presentation followed by a question and answer session.

Everyone is welcome to attend the events, which are free of charge, but booking is essential.

2022 - 2023 events

Here you can find out about events to come to – in person and online - in this series of events for 2022-23:

From contested to connected: The value of widening engagement with the Church of England's cultural heritage

Date: Tuesday 9th May 2023
Time: 6:15pm - 7:15pm
Speaker: Renie Choy, Associate Lecturer in Church History, Westcott House
Venue: St Margaret's Church 
To book: Places are free, but should be booked in advance via the Eventbrite website

Details of further events in the series will be published here in spring/summer 2023.

Recordings of previous lectures can be found in the Koinonia Lectures playlist on YouTube.