Events from the Church Times, Hymns Ancient & Modern, and partner organisations.
28 January 2021
Addressing the urgent problems of housing inequality and affordability, Coming Home proposes a practical and biblical theology of housing provision as an essential part of community building.
30 January 2021
In the light of a changing climate, systemic racism and social injustice, should the church be raging? And if so, how? In this online day conference, we will be exploring these issues with an inspiring lineup of activist theologians.
1 February 2021
A look at this year’s selection of Lent books hosted by Mark Oakley. With authors: Stephen Cherry (Thy Will be Done), Hannah Steele (Living His Story), Sheila Upjohn (The Way of Julian of Norwich), and Samuel Wells (A Cross in the Heart of God). This free event will be streamed on the Church House Bookshop Facebook page.
9 February 2021
From the Festival of Preaching: a one-day online festival this February. New speakers and festival favourites will join us for a day or lectures, reflections and worship.
11 February 2021
In celebration of his new poetry collection David's Crown, Malcolm Guite will be joined by some very special guests including Paula Gooder and Roger Wagner to discuss poetry, the Psalms, and much more.
15 February 2021
Join Pádraig Ó Tuama and Guli Francis-Dehqani as they discuss borders, belonging, and how timeless bible stories can help us respond creatively to current issues.
20 February 2021
A new one-day, online festival from the Festival of Faith and Literature. Speakers include Francis Spufford, Rachel Mann, Kathy Tiernan, and Mark Oakley.
18 March 2021
The competition for those aged 18-30 returns with a focus on the pandemic.
22 March 2021
This free, online festival is a chance to reflect and deepen understanding of pilgrimage in our culture.
17 April 2021
A new one-day, online festival from the Festival of Faith and Literature. Speakers include Stephen Cottrell, Sarah Sands, Claire Foster-Gilbert, and Gareth Higgins.
25 May 2021
Paula Gooder on the Parables