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We would like to invite you to the Missional Leadership Seminar series during the Epiphany Term of Cranmer Hall at St John’s College of Durham University. As a significant part of the Free Church Track (now running with 29 students training for missional leadership in the North East!), this seminar provides practical wisdom and applied theology from seasoned practitioners serving in […]
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Help with a major research project Currently a research group led by the Principal of St John’s College are reviewing the attitudes of church leaders towards science.  We currently have over 900 responses but need a few more.  If you are a church leader from any denomination (and you could be lay or ordained) we would be delighted if you […]
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St John’s College, Durham – Deputy Warden of Cranmer Hall St John’s College Durham is seeking to appoint a person of outstanding leadership, strategic, teaching and pastoral ability to serve as Deputy Warden of Cranmer Hall, supporting the ongoing development of the college and the training of women and men for Christian ministry and mission. This role offers the successful […]
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DThM Public Lectures – all welcome As part of the DTHM Residential next January there will be three free lectures available to anyone who wishes to attend. Monday 8th January 14:15 -15:45 Dr James Steven: Taizé: A School for Liturgical Spirituality Tuesday 9th January 09:30-11:00     Dr James Steven: Taizé Common Prayer: ‘A Liturgy that Awakens Many Things’ Wednesday 10th  January 11:20-13:00   Carol Marples: Installation Art and Liturgy Leech Hall, St […]
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Leech Hall, St John’s College on Friday 2 February 2018, 2-4pm New research by the Centre for Theology and Community in East London shows significant church growth amongst some anglo-catholic Anglican churches in London. Tim Thorlby, development director of the Centre, will present findings from the new research report, A Time to Sow. Whilst the research is focussed on London, […]
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October 2018 sees the 60th anniversary of the founding of Cranmer Hall as part of St John’s College Durham. To launch a year of special events we are having a Diamond Jubilee Service at Durham Cathedral on Saturday 29 September 2018 at 11am, followed by a Celebration Buffet Lunch in college. All Cranmer Hall alumni and friends are warmly invited […]
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Theology for Everyone: Teesside – our final session of 2017 takes place on Saturday 18 November! Our topic is “Missional Church: God’s Mission and the People of God”, and we’ll be discovering how God’s heart for mission transforms the whole of our lives and overflows to the world around us. We’re excited to welcome two great speakers: Canon Sophie Jelley, […]
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The acclaimed and sell out A Monk’s Tale: Relics, Revolt and Reformation by James Cary (Edinburgh Festival Fringe) comes to Durham on Monday 13 November 2017! The performance begins at 7.30pm in Leech Hall, St John’s College. Tickets £6 from Cranmer Hall Academic Office, Etchells House (cranmer.admin@durham.ac.uk, 0191 334 3894) beforehand or £7.50 on the door. “A hugely entertaining hour”. 95 Theses […]
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Are you a young woman exploring Ordination in the Church of England? Then this conference is for you. Saturday 28 October 10am-4.30pm at Cranmer Hall, St John’s College, Durham. There are five seminars: Combining ministry and family life How do I become a vicar? Singleness and ministry The life of a parish priest Why get ordained young? Speakers include: The Revd […]
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Theology for Everyone: Teesside continues on Saturday 14 October! Our title is “Engaging Culture: Living and Sharing the Gospel”, and we’re thinking about what it means to live and speak in a way that makes Jesus known. Our speaker is Mark Tanner, who has spent time as vicar of an inner-city church, was previously Warden of Cranmer Hall in Durham, […]
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