The Cathedral is delighted to host an ecumenical Lent Lecture programme with speakers from across the churches of Salisbury.
Together we aim to reflect on big themes that will dominate UK news as we head towards a General Election and which voters will be considering as they go to the ballot box. We will not be expressing party political preferences but hope to shine the wisdom of Scripture and our diverse traditions onto cutting edge topics.
Monday evenings during Lent, held at Salisbury Cathedral.
19.30 – 21:00pm, to include a talk, Q&A, and a concluding service of Compline.
Entry is free and no booking is required. All are welcome.
19 February, The Environmental Crisis
Revd Dr Mark Cheetham, Superintendent Minister, Salisbury Methodist Circuit
26 February, Health and Social Care
Pastor Pete Orphan, Salisbury Baptist Church
4 March, Education, Education, Education
Katie FitzSimmons, Diocesan Director of Education
11 March, Immigration and Refugees
Revd Deacon John Proctor, OBE, Salisbury Catholics
18 March, Just Economics
Revd Dr Kenneth Padley, Canon Treasurer, Salisbury Cathedral