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England: Liverpool, 17 October 2018: Archbishop Blanch Memorial Lecture
In this year's lecture the Revd Frances Young, Emeritus Professor of Theology at the University of Birmingham, asks (and answers) What can we learn from the spread of Christianity in the earliest centuries? For details, and to order free tickets visit http://www.liverpool.anglican.org/What-can-we-learn-from-the-spread-of-Christianity-in-the-earliest-centuries-.
USA: Connecticut, New Haven, 25-26 January 2019: In the Spirit's Tether: A Centenary Celebration of William Palmer Ladd and Percy Dearmer at Berkeley
These two great liturgists were also keen advocates for the social witness of the Church, and opponents of any narrow approach to worship that failed to address its connection with life in general and the demands of justice. This symposium marking the centenary of Ladd's appointment and of Dearmer's term as visiting professor comes as the Church considers liturgical renewal again. Speakers will reflect on the contributions of these remarkable figures and the challenges of the present and future.
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