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Church Times webinar: What's next?

Thursday 9 July, 5.00 - 7.00pm BST

What are the lessons of the pandemic?

Hear more from the writers of the Church Times post-pandemic issue and submit your own questions at this online seminar. 

In the first one-hour session we will explore what’s next for the Church in the months and years ahead. Should online services be a priority for parishes? How will ordained ministry have to change?

In the second, we will broaden our outlook to wider society. How do we “build back better” when it comes to work, finance or international relations?

Book tickets below.



Philip North (Shrug off the instinct for safety)

Ann Morisy (We now truly need each other)

Bex Lewis (Find support through the screen)

Kate Wharton (Friendships beyond boundaries)

Sharon Prentis (A shift to the margins is needed)

Eve Poole (All depends on your collar’s colour)

Hugh Williamson (Protection requires co-operation)

Ann Pettifor (Fairness at the heart of finance)

Harry Baker (The arts are no disposable luxury)


Ask the panel

Our speakers will respond to questions and comments from fellow panellists and Church Times readers.

Submit questions in advance to marketing@churchtimes.co.uk. Please put “post-pandemic” in the email subject line. Or tweet your question using the hashtag #CTwhatsnext

You will also be able to post questions on the night. 


Book tickets 

This webinar is free to attend for current Church Times subscribers. Please “purchase” a free ticket to register for the event - you will not be charged.

Non-subscribers can purchase a ticket for £20. Alternatively, purchase a Church Times trial subscription for £10.

You will receive an email with instructions for joining the event on Thursday 9 July. For free tickets, a subscriber login to the Church Times website will be required.

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