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The Peter Toon Memorial Lecture for 2018

  The Lecture for 2018, entitled, "Elephants and Anglicans to the Sound of Church Bells: Just how central is the place of the Prayer Book for Anglicans and the Future of the Communion?" will be given  at Pusey House, Oxford on Thursday 17th May at 5.30 p.m. By Canon Alistair Macdonald-Radcliff The lecture will be preceded by Evensong at 4 pm and Afternoon Tea. http://www.puseyhouse.org.uk

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After the God Science and Humanity Conference in Potomac

  (Above - left to right-  Canon Alistair Macdonald-Radcliff, Dr. William Phillips, Fr. Mark Michaels, Dr. Paul Julienne, Mr. Daniel Dorman)  Our latest one day conference in Potomac was a great success and we wish to thank Fr. Mark Michaels, the Vestry and members of the Congregation of the parish of St. Francis for so kindly hosting us, and even adding a full choral Evensong at the conclusion of the day. Gratitude is also extended to…

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Register now for our God & Science Colloquium on 10th February near Washington D.C.

This exciting opportunity to hear a Nobel Laureate in Physics (William Phillips) along with other scientists, philosophers and theologians discuss how Christianity and Science fit together is coming soon, as a one day Conference at the Church of St Francis Potomac near Washington DC To register please go to : https://godandscience.bpt.me The lead speakers are Dr. William Phillips Nobel Laureate in Physics and recipient of the Albert A. Michelson Medal from The Franklin Institute, based…

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The 2018 Conference is over but dates for 2019 will be coming soon!

The 2018 Conference has now ended, but it is hoped to announce the dates of the Conference of 2019 very shortly ! There was one last minute addition to the Conference in the person of Dr Michael Hurley from Cambridge who addressed the theme: 'The Virtues of Re-Reading' Dr. Michael Hurley Cambridge University   Dr. Michael Hurley, is a Fellow of St Catharine’s Cambridge and has taught English Literature there for the last fifteen years,…

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2018 Conference Program in Outline

  Wednesday 24th January OPENING DAY 12.00 noon onwards arrivals and registration 12.45    Introductions and overview of the conference        13.00    Session I Opening Presidential Address “The Ancient Catholic Lectionary at the heart of a Reformed Liturgy”, The Revd. Fr. Gavin Dunbar, President of the Prayer Book Society (Part II of this presentation will take the form of a follow up practicum on Friday afternoon, as set out below) 14.30   Break 15.00    Session…

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