NEWS | Centre for Baptist Studies’ Upcoming Events

From our friends at the Centre for Baptist Studies:

This is just a quick note to draw your attention to some forthcoming events taking place online in the next few weeks to which you are warmly invited:

  1. Centre for Baptist Studies Lunchtime Seminar, with the Baptist Historical Society

Friday 26 Feb (12.30-2.00 GMT)

Book launch for Andy Goodliff’s recent monograph Renewing a Modern Denomination: A Study of Baptist Institutional Life in the 1990s, with panel discussion featuring Tony Peck, Lina Toth and Paul Fiddes as respondents. (40% publisher discount for those who register for the event!)

To receive the Zoom meeting link, please email

2. ‘Opening the Angus’ Spring Online Seminars (7.30pm GMT, via Zoom)

Thursday 25 Feb: Speaker Karen Smith (Cardiff): ‘Do you know her name? Discovering the stories of Baptist women’.

Thursday 4 March: Speakers Faith Bowers (Bloomsbury) and Chris Voke (Spurgeon’s): ‘The Good, the Bad and the Ugly: Choosing the Stories to Tell in Writing the History of a Church’.

Thursday 11 March: Speaker Emily Burgoyne: ‘My Great Aunt and Uncle were Missionaries in China: Tracing the Stories of our Ancestors.’

 To register for the Zoom meeting link, please contact

3. Whitley Lecture 2021

Tues 2 March, 3.30pm GMT

Speaker: David McLachlan ‘Is there Disabled Access to this Cross?’

To register for the lecture email:

We do hope you can join us for the above occasions. There will be plenty of opportunities for Q&A and discussion, so even though we cannot meet in person, we can still enjoy talking to one another online.

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