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Explore the challenges, contradictions and joys of being a Christian in the 21st century with some of today's liveliest contemporary theologians, Christian thinkers and speakers. Online events are open to everyone, and all are welcome.
Life in Abundance: New Events Online
Join Paula Gooder, Chancellor of St Paul’s Cathedral, in conversation with leading theologians and spiritual writers Timothy Radcliffe OP, Professor John Swinton and Bishop Sarah Mullally about how we can live life in all its abundance. More here.
New Online Winter Bookclub
For our second read, Paula Hollingsworth invites us to join her in reading Plainsong by Kent Haruf, a moving story of relationships, growing up, grace, and unlikely, redemptive love, set in small town in America at the end of the 20th century. Watch Paula introduce the book and why she loved it here.
Make a note of the date in your diary to meet Paula and all those of us reading it on Twitter on Wednesday 20 January, from 7.00-8.00pm, and register for free here so we know how many people to expect.
Leading Christian writers write specially-commissioned reflections with new featured writers each month. The Revd Dr Gillian Straine writes our reflections for the month of January. Catch up with previous reflections via the menu on the left, and join our mailing list to receive new ones directly by clicking the link below.
Hard Questions for Hard Times
This is a time which raises hard questions – about how we live, about our values, about suffering, and about God. We asked people what was most on their minds, and then we asked a wide range of leading Christian writers, thinkers and theologians to reflect on these ‘hard questions’. Their reflections are full of wisdom, challenge and hope and over 35,000 people have watched them. Catch up with all of them via the menu on the left.
And do browse through our extensive resource of films and podcasts of previous events here. Films include Paula Gooder talking about the Body and Christianity, Michael Curry on The Jesus Movement Now, and Rowan Williams on Jesus Christ: the Unanswered Questions. Our most popular film is David Suchet’s electric reading of the whole of the Gospel of Mark live at St Paul’s in 2017.
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