Adult Learning

Adult Learning
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7:30am Morning Prayer
8:00am Eucharist
8:30am Doors open for sightseeing
12:30pm Eucharist
4:00pm Last entry for sightseeing
5:00pm Choral Evensong


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


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Adult Learning

Public events exploring the challenges, contradictions and joys of being a Christian in the 21st century.

Free Events in the Cathedral

Our free events are open to everyone and all are welcome.  
Tuesday 24 March  6.30-8pm
A History of the Bible: The Book and Its Faiths | John Barton
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Tuesday 28 April  6.30-8pm
The Lost Message of Paul | Steve Chalke
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Thursday 28 May 6.30-8pm
A Call to be Changed: Florence Nightingale and the Meaning of Vocation | Sarah Mullally
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Saturday workshops and study afternoons

Explore different aspects of Christianity in depth, with study afternoons about the Bible and theology with leading scholars, different ways to pray with spiritual leaders, and much more.  
Saturday 22 February 2-4.30pm
The Way of Ignatius: A Journey of Prayer | Gemma Simmonds
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Saturday 25 April 2-4.30pm
My Soul Glorifies the Lord: Women in the Bible | Liz Adekunle
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Saturday 16 May 2-4.30pm
Wonder and Sorrow: the Poetry of Mary Oliver | Pádraig Ó Tuama
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Saturday 13 June 2-4.30pm
David danced before the Lord: King David as the Ancestor of Christ | Janet Tollington
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Reflective Days

The days include reflective worship, lunch and other refreshments and take place at the Royal Foundation of St Katharine in Limehouse, East London (  
Saturday 28 March 10am-5pm
The Music of Holy Week | Patrick Craig and Lucy Winkett
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Saturday 18 April 10am-5pm
This Risen Existence: The Spirit of Easter | Paula Gooder
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Sunday Forum

A free Sunday lunchtime series where some of the liveliest contemporary theologians and spiritual teachers speak about the challenges, contradictions and joys of being a Christian in the world today. (There is no Sunday Forum in January or August.)
Sunday 2 February Saying Yes to Life, Ruth Valerio
Sunday 1 March The Wind, the Fountain and the Fire: Psalms and the Christian Imagination, Mark Barratt OSB
Sunday 5 April Soulful Nature, Brian Draper
Sunday 3 May A Year of Grace: Exploring the Christian Seasons, David Hoyle
Sunday 7 June Amazing Grace, Jarel Robinson-Brown
Sunday 5 July St Augustine: A Life of Prayer, Learning and Love, Cally Hammond
  All 1 - 2pm  |  Unticketed  |  More information

Interactive Adult Learning leaflet

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Please feel free to contact us:
020 7246 8337

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St Paul’s Churchyard, 

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