• 16/11/2017Methodist Studies Seminar

    22 November 2017, 15:30
    Location: Etchells Room St John

    Dr Martin V. Clarke

    ‘The Role of Hymnody in Methodist Identity’

    Martin V. Clarke’s primary research interest lies in the relationships between music and theology, and especially their articulation in the music and religious practice of eighteenth and nineteenth century Britain, and the Methodist movement more widely.  He has recently published ‘British Methodist Hymnody:Theology, Heritage and Experience’, examining the theological, musical and cultural significance of Methodist Hymnody.

    Date: Wednesday 22nd November 2017

    Time: 3.30 coffee, 4pm seminar

    Venue: Etchells Room in 16 South Bailey, St John’s College, Durham

    Free - all welcome

    Please contact if you wish to attend

  • 05/10/2017Methodist Studies Seminar

    18 October 2017, 15:30

    The next Methodist Studies Seminar will be given by the Rev Dr Liz Kent, Director of the Wesley Study Centre

    ‘Embodied Evangelicalism – The Body of Christ and the Christian body’

    Date: Wednesday 18th Oct 2017

    Time: 3.30 coffee, 4pm seminar

    Venue: Etchells Room in 16 South Bailey, St John’s College, Durham

    Free – all welcome

    Please contact if you wish to attend

  • 14/09/2017Wesleyan Methodist Studies Seminars

    Next Wednesday 20th September we have Peter Doble on ‘ Looking for Luke’ and he has kindly forwarded some pre reading for those attending this seminar.  Chapter 1 Interpreting Luke.

    Wednesday 18 October – Rev Dr Liz Kent, Director of the Wesley Study Centre

    Wednesday 22 November – Dr Martin Clarke on the Role of Hymnody in Methodist Identity

    Venue: Etchells Room in 16 South Bailey (opposite the main college)

    Time: 3.30 for tea and coffee before the seminar at 4pm

    Please RSVP to ensure a seat.

  • 16/05/2017Licensing of Rev Dr Liz Kent as WSC Director

    Monday 8th May , we had the joy and privilege of licensing three new members of staff at Cranmer Hall. Welcome to the John’s Family, Philip Plyming (Warden of Cranmer Hall), Liz Kent (WSC Director), and Nicholas Moore (Cranmer MA Director)!