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‘And this is my prayer: that your love may abound more and more in knowledge and depth of insight’  Philippians 1:19

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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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The next annual Borderlands Lecture is held on Wednesday 25th of October at 6.15pm, Elvet Riverside, Lecture Theatre ER201. Click here to download poster.
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Cranmer Hall Explore Day ‘Thomas Cranmer & the Bible: What it Meant for Him and What it Means for Us’ Led by Revd Canon Dr Ashley Null co-sponsored by Durham University’s Centre for Anglican Studies Leech Hall, St Johns College, Durham – Friday 6 October, 9.30 to 3.30 A study day led by the leading scholar Canon Dr Ashley Null, […]
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Theology for Everyone: Teesside is back for the autumn term with our third module! On Saturday 16 September we’re thinking about “Engaging Culture: Apologetics, Science, and Faith”, and our speaker is the Revd Prof. David Wilkinson. David is interested in the relationship of the Christian faith to contemporary culture, from science to pop culture. He holds PhDs in astrophysics and […]
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We are delighted to announce the appointment of the Revd Sarah Strand as our new part-time tutor. The interview panel and the students who met Sarah were impressed with her pastoral, theological and team working skills, all of which are rooted in a disciplined, prayerful and mature faith. She expressed a clear calling to this role and demonstrated a real passion for training […]
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On Saturday 15 July, 9am–1pm, we’re back with session 6 of Theology for Everyone: Teesside. Our topic is the Trinity – “Father, Son, and Spirit: God as Triune and Relational” – and our speaker is the Revd Dr Andrew Stobart, who has studied theology in Durham, London, and Aberdeen, and now serves as co-Superintendent Minister of the Darlington Methodist Circuit. […]
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‘Named, Known and Called’ is a day conference taking place on Saturday, 28th October at St John’s College, Durham, as a partnership between Cranmer Hall and the Awesome network. It will include talks, seminars and worship, and provide a relaxed environment in which attendees can engage with others at various stages in the vocations process. The speakers include the Revd […]
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Contemplative Mission Seven Cranmer Ordinands have been engaged in a unique course called ‘Contemplative Mission’. This involved a week at a silent monastery, followed by a week based at Newcastle Cathedral, where they led a day’s outreach called ‘Calm in a Busy World’. Newcastle Cathedral is very different to many such churches, being right in the middle of the central […]
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