The University students may be on their Easter holidays, however we are still being productive here in the Institute for Theological Partnerships and hope to interest you some of our upcoming events.
We had a fantastic lecture from Clair Linzey to our Theology Group last week - Animals, Liberation and Ecology, and are full steam ahead to welcome Dr Anne Benvenuti on the 6th May to give another animal theology related lecture entitled - Animal Communication and Relationality: a Case for Natural Spirituality. More Details to follow.
In the news this week:
We invite you to comment on a recent blogpost from Savi Hensman - a Christian commentator on politics, welfare and religion. Her article drew attention to the stance of a group of Anglican Church leaders - Global Anglican Future Conference, raising her concern over their attitude and statements on the movement to a more inclusive church.
Please contact us if you would like to leave a comment.
We have had to postpone the May Open Evening due to the need to repair damage to some of the art work in the garden space. So our next event will be on Saturday 1st August at 2 pm. If you would like to come along please contact
We would also like to encourage staff and students of the University to visit the garden space during the Health and Wellbeing week (1st - 8th May) - maybe bring a picnic and spend some time to consider the story of the cosmos and the idea that we are part of something so wonderful.
Joanna.Wilson@Winchester.ac.uk for details.