The Faith Forum for adults takes place in the Parish Centre Hall at St Helen's on the first Sunday of the month at 9.15am. Breakfast items are served from 9am. Illustrated talks are followed by the opportunity for discussion.  The Parish Centre is found at the bottom of the path through the churchyard opposite the North Porch of the church. The Centre is wheelchair accessible.
 


 

First Sundays in February, March, April, May, June and July 2018

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The Reformation: Exploring Past & Present

Throughout 2017 churches throughout the world marked the 500th anniversary of the start of what we call ‘the Reformation’, when the Augustinian Friar Martin Luther posted a set of Ninety-five theses for scholarly debate on the door of the church in Wittenberg Germany. So, ‘whether we like it or not’, writes Peter Marshall in his Oxford Illustrated History of the Reformation (OUP, 2017), ‘we are all children of the Reformation’. This Faith Forum series will introduce momentous shifts that took place in European Christianity in the sixteenth century, English Christianity included, and will end with consideration of ecumenical developments that seek to move us all beyond the Reformation’s legacy of division.

Sunday 4 February 2018

The Revd Dr Charles Miller

Celebrating the Reformation, but which one?

 

Sunday 4 March 2018

Professor John Barton

Justification by Faith through Grace

 

Sunday 1 April – Easter Day

NO programme today

 

Sunday 6 May 2018

The Revd Dr Charles Miller

The Reformation of the English Church

 

Sunday 3 June 2018

The Revd Dr Charles Miller

Over-coming the Reformation Divide – 1

 

Sunday 1 July 2018

The Revd Dr Charles Miller

Over-coming the Reformation Divide – 2

 

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The Forum takes place on the first Sunday of each month (except Easter Day) in the Parish Centre Hall. From 9 am a breakfast bar is open; the programme begins at 9.15 am and lasts for a half an hour, including opportunity for Q & A.

In January 2018 please look out for a fuller programme brochure either in the Publicity Niche in church, or in the Parish Office vestibule, or on the St Helen’s website.

picture of Martin Luther from the workshop of Lucas Cranach the Elder [Public domain], via Wikimedia Commons 

breakfast foods 

Breakfast Bar opens at 9 am.

Talk begins at 9.15,  discussion follows,  done by 10 am.

 

All are welcome!