How well do you know your Chancel from your Chancellor? The Church of England has a long and complex history, the Church we know today being shaped heavily by its past as well as our contemporary world.
This popular course will explore the history and make-up of the Church of England, to help us better understanding its unique DNA and its place in the Anglican Communion. It is open to anyone interested – but will be particularly helpful for those exploring their vocation and wanting to understand something more of the bigger picture.
Venue: Church House Oxford, Langford Lane, Kidlington, Oxon OX5 1GF
Time: 10am – 4pm (Please bring a packed lunch)
Dates: Saturday 16th November
Cost : £20 This course is free to all Diocesan LLMs in Training and Ordinands, and their supporters. However, we also welcome others to take part, and make a nominal charge of £20 foir this 1 day course (when booking your place, please use the “Other Interested Learner” Ticket option)
Tutors: Revd Dr Adam Carlill (Vicar, St George & St Mary Magdalen, Tilehurst) and Pauline Stanton-Saringer (LLM Archdeaconry Adviser)