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March 2017

Lent Group – 20th Century Crises: Nazi Germany & the Soviet State

29th March 2017 @ 7:30 pm - 9:00 pm
All Saints Church, Kingston

Lent Group - 20th Century Crises: Nazi Germany & the Soviet State Though foreshadowed in the French Revolution, it was the 20th century that saw the emergence of ideological states that challenged the very existence of Christianity in their domains. For the first time since the persecutions of pre-Constantinian Rome, the issue between Church and state became one of survival. Yet both Nazi Germany and Soviet Russia allowed Christianity a space, even if one that was diminished and corrupted. So…

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April 2017

Lent Group – Present & future: Religion, Church and State in the 21st Century

5th April 2017 @ 7:30 pm - 9:00 pm
All Saints Church, Kingston

Lent Group - Present & future: Religion, Church and State in the 21st Century At the beginning of the 21st century in most of the Western world the context for the Church is a secular society and a secular state. However, at the same time religion is reasserting itself as a social force, whether Christian or non-Christian. This creates problems for the state, but also for the Church: what was once a two-sided relationship is now more complicated. The state…

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March 2018

Lent Lunchtime Talk – What is the Church for?

1st March 2018 @ 1:10 pm - 2:00 pm

The Church as a cultivator of community Ann Morisy, Community Theologian The talks are free and un-ticketed. All are welcome.

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Lent Lunchtime Talk – What is the Church for?

15th March 2018 @ 1:10 pm - 2:00 pm
All Saints Church, Kingston

The Church as an engine of culture Simon Toyne, Executive Director of Music, David Ross Education Trust The talks are free and un-ticketed. All are welcome.

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Lent Lunchtime Talk – What is the Church for?

22nd March 2018 @ 1:10 pm - 2:00 pm
All Saints Church, Kingston

The Church as a stumbling block for the world Revd Dr Stan Brown, Superintendent, Kingston Methodist Circuit The talks are free and un-ticketed. All are welcome.

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