Anglican-Lutheran Society AGM: Living in Diversity
March 23 @ 10:30 am - 5:00 pm
The Society’s brief AGM will start at 10.30am after which we shall begin to address the Theme of the day which is
Living in Diversity: Anglican, Lutheran and Roman Catholic Spirituality and Experience
There will be three presenters:
The Rev Dr Hugo Adán was born in Madrid, Spain, and is now Rector of Holy Trinity with St Matthew’s in the Elephant and Castle area of London where he has founded the Hispanic Mission and is parish priest of the first fully bilingual parish of the Church of England.
Dr Chris Asprey is a member of L’Arche, a worldwide federation of Communities made up of people with and without learning disabilities which was founded by Catholic writer and philosopher Jean Vanier.
The Rev Sarah Farrow is the Lutheran Student Chaplain for the Council of Lutheran Churches in the UK and an Assistant Pastor at St Anne’s Lutheran Church, a very diverse community. She is working on a theology of children’s participation in worship.
During the afternoon session there will be Taizé Worship in the Day Chapel in the cathedral.
The charge for the day is £20 (FREE for students preparing for ordination) and lunch and refreshments will be provided for all who let us know they are coming. To do this, simply contact Helen Harding at email@example.com or by post to Glen View, Station Road, Trusham, Newton Abbot, Devon, TQ13 0NL, UK.