Re-imagining Forgiveness and Reconciliation

Re-Imagining Forgiveness and Reconciliation
Wednesday 4th May 2016, 10am-4pm
Westcott House, Cambridge

Forgiveness and Reconciliation are not only two major themes of Christian faith and the life of the church, but also of the world and for humanity.


Re-imagining forgiveness and reconciliation is a one-day event facilitated by the Revd Dr Stephen Cherry, Dean of King’s College Chapel and author of Healing Agony (Continuum, 2012), and Dr Elizabeth Phillips, Tutor in Theology and Ethics at Westcott House and author of Political Theology (Continuum, 2012).

Morning sessions will focus on forgiveness and reconciliation in the life and teachings of Jesus, including discussion of a contemporary parish-based case study. One theme of these sessions will be the relationship between reconciliation and justice; afternoon sessions will further explore this theme in relation to the pressing problems of, and various Christian approaches to, racism.handshake

You can find more information and a booking form on the Westcott House website.
The cost is £35 per person, which includes lunch, teas and coffees.

Preaching Luke

Thank you to everyone who attended the popular ‘Preaching Luke’ seminar on 11th November, and enormous thanks to The Revd Canon Professor Loveday Alexander, for presenting such an inspiring and fascinating day on Luke. Click here to read more about the day, and to download the wonderfully detailed handouts and book list.

You can see the full programme for the Foundation and book online for future seminars, here.  Please do also get in touch with us if there is a topic you would like us to cover in future programmes.