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A Sunday lunchtime series in which some of the liveliest contemporary theologians and spiritual teachers speak about the challenges, contradictions and joys of being a Christian in the world today. Each event includes time for questions and answers.
The events take place 1-2pm on the first Sunday in the month in the crypt at St Paulís Cathedral. Admission is free, un-ticketed and open to all, and seating is first come, first served.
St Paul's Forum 2013 Programme
At the Heart of Faith: the Trinity as the hope of humanity
The Trinity is one of the most difficult ideas in Christianity to get to grips with - everyone from St Augustine onwards wrestles with it, and Trinity Sunday is notoriously many preachersí least favourite day of the year. But the paradox that God is three and God is one is the heart of the Christian faith, and engaging with it can draw us towards a new sense of God as fluid, vibrant and above all a dynamic loving presence in our lives. Ian Mobsby will explore the mystery of the Trinity as a message of radical hope for humanity, drawing the excluded and broken hearted into Godís dance of perfect love, perfect justice and perfect inclusion. The Revd Ian Mobsby is Priest Missioner at the Moot Community in the Diocese of London, and author of God Unknown: the Trinity in contemporary Spirituality and Mission (Canterbury Press 2012).
Forum will begin again on Sunday 1 September after the summer break.
Details of the forthcoming talks will be available in the summer; please check
again here or join the mailing list by contacting us at
St Paulís Forum
St Paulís Forum runs a programme of events at St Paulís Cathedral exploring Christian life and spirituality. The programme is open to all and will continue with retreats, reflective study days, services, public debates and talks. For full details of the programme and other events run by St Paulís Forum, please contact us at:
St Paulís Forum
c/o The Chapter House
St Paulís Churchyard
Join our mailing list by emailing with the subject: Subscribe to Forum Mailing List or call 020 7236 3553.
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