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 christine.joynes@regents.ox.ac.uk

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 fota@regents.ox.ac.uk

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: anthony.clarke@regents.ox.ac.uk

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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