Adult Learning

Adult Learning
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8:00am Morning Prayer
8:30am Doors open for sightseeing
8:30am Eucharist
12:30pm Eucharist
4:00pm Last entry for sightseeing
5:00pm Solemn Vespers sung by the Choir of Westminster Cathedral for the Week of Prayer for Christian Unity
5:30pm Cathedral closes

CHRISTIANITY

God, ourselves, others,
how we agree and
'what Christians do'.

ANGLICAN COMMUNION

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CHURCH OF ENGLAND

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CofE website.

Adult Learning

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.

New Events Online

Join Paula Gooder, Chancellor of St Paul’s Cathedral, in conversation with leading theologians and spiritual writers about how we can live life in all its abundance. Our next events see novelist Catherine Fox in conversation with Paula about the relationship between stories and our faith, and theologian Anna Rowlands in conversation about the roots and universality of Catholic Social Teaching, its foundations in the Gospels, and what it can teach us about working for justice, freedom and the common good when the world seems dark  - more information on both events here. You can watch our previous events here.

Weekly Reflections  

Leading Christian writers write specially-commissioned reflections with new featured writers each month.  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.

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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020 7246 8337

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London.  
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