Women's Voices IV. Women preaching: what’s the difference?

Date: 3rd November 2018

Time: 9:30 - 16:00


PROGRAMME

09:30 Registration and coffee

09:50 Welcome: Bishop Libby Lane

10:00 Introduction to the Day: Elaine Graham

10:30 Session 1: Susan Durber Theological Bases

11:30 COFFEE

12:00 Session 2: Susan Durber Practical Outworking

13:00 LUNCH

14:00 Session 3: Liz Shercliff Nevertheless She Persisted – making links with Vote 100

15:00 BREAK 15:15 Question Time

16:00 Feedback and End of Day 

Susan Durber is the author of Preaching like a Woman, SPCK, 2007, and Surprised by Grace; parables and prayers, URC, 2013 and has published work on parables, on poverty, on ecumenism and on preaching as well as collections of prayers. She is Moderator of the Faith and Order Commission of the World Council of Churches. From 2007-2013 she was Principal of Westminster College in Cambridge and from 2013-2016 was Theology Advisor at Christian Aid. Having served pastorates in Manchester, Salford and Oxford she is currently minister of a United Reformed Church in Taunton. She preaches most Sundays, at least once!

Elaine Graham is Grosvenor Research Professor of Practical Theology at the University of Chester. She has written widely on gender and practical theology.

Liz Shercliff is Director of Studies for Readers in the Diocese of Chester. She writes on and researches women’s preaching, particularly how women learn to preach.

Registration and refreshments from 09:30.
Venue: Foxhill House and Woodland, Tarvin Road, Frodsham CW6 6XB

Lunch and refreshments included

To book, click on the link below or contact Jane Hood
jane.hood@chester.anglican.org 01928 718834 ext 257
There is no charge for this event

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