|Good Friday. Cathedral open for services and worship only|
|10:15am||Mattins and Litany in Procession|
|12:00pm||The Three Hours|
|5:00pm||The Good Friday Liturgy|
God, ourselves, others,
how we agree and
'what Christians do'.
Information from the Communion website.
Information from the
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.
|Thursday 30 May||6.30-8pm|
|Holy Envy: Finding God in the Faith of Others | Barbara Brown Taylor|
|More information and free tickets|
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 13 April||2-4.30pm|
|Passion and Resurrection: Living Holy Week | James Milne|
|Tuesday 7 May||2-4.30pm|
|A Contemplative Waiting: The Art of Faith | Elizabeth Foy|
|Saturday 18 May||2-4.30pm|
|Radical Discipleship: Caring for the Stranger | Krish Kandiah|
The days include reflective worship, lunch and other refreshments and take place at the Royal Foundation of St Katharine in
Limehouse, East London (www.rfsk.org.uk.)
|Saturday 1 June||10am-5pm|
|Silence for Beginners | Richard Carter|
|More information and book tickets|
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
|Sunday 5 May||The Paradox of Freedom, Graham Tomlin|
|Sunday 2 June||What Did Jesus Look Like?, Joan Taylor|
|Sunday 7 July||Every Tribe Diverse Saints in a Diverse World, Sharon Prentis|
|All 1 - 2pm | Unticketed | More information|
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