The Fountain of Poetry: Faith and language Led by Canon Mark Oakley

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The Fountain of Poetry: Faith and language

Led by Canon Mark Oakley

Saturday 27 May

10.30 am – 4.00 pm

Cost £30 Concessions £20

Please bring a packed lunch.  Coffee and tea provided

A day exploring the relationship between language and faith.  God is not the object of our knowledge but the cause of our wonder, so what sort of language must we use on our God search?

Mark Oakley is Chancellor of St Paul’s Cathedral and responsible for the educational and outreach work of the Cathedral including oversight of the St Paul’s Institute, the Adult Learning Department, Schools and Families Learning Department and Visual Arts programme. Born in Shrewsbury in 1968 he has served as Curate of St John’s Wood Church, Chaplain to the Bishop of London, Rector of the Actors’ Church in Covent Garden, Archdeacon of Germany and Northern Europe and he is also a Deputy in Priest in Ordinary to HM The Queen.  He writes and broadcasts on the areas of poetry, spirituality and human rights.  He is a trustee of the Civil Liberties Trust, an ambassador for Stop Hate UK, Patron of Tell MAMA and a Visiting Lecturer at Kings College, London.

 

May 27th, 2017 10:30 AM   through   4:00 PM
St Marks, Myddelton Square
London , EC1R 1XX
United Kingdom

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