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13 November 2021

Lay Ministerial Calling: Vocation and Theology

The CRC Annual Gathering, open to anyone with an interest in lay ministry. Speakers include Christina Baxter, Andrew Graystone, Matthew Frost, and Jo Henderson-Merrygold.


22 November 2021

Advent Books: Discussion and Readings

From Church House Bookshop. With Robyn Wrigley-Carr (Music of Eternity), Jane Williams (The Art of Christmas), and Jo Swinney (The Whole Christmas Story).


27 November 2021

An Advent Retreat with Poetry and Music

An online Advent retreat with Esther de Waal, Gregory Cameron, Peter Graystone, Richard Carter, and Rachel Mann. In association with Canterbury Press.


25 January 2022

Preaching Lament and Hope

Durham workshop from the College of Preachers. Dr Michael Beck will explore the theology of lament and the lament literature of the Bible, and how to find the right balance in our preaching between lament and hope.


1 February 2022

Church Times webinar: Cathedrals

Details TBC.



Watch recorded talks from some of our previous events:

Green Church Showcase LIVE

The premiere screening of the Green Church Showcase film, live from Glasgow. With Graham Usher, Ruth Valerio and Richard Black.


Does the parish need saving? A Church Times webinar

Warnings that the parish is under threat date back decades, as far back as the early 20th century. But are claims that it is now being dismantled accurate?


The Church Times Festival of Faith and Literature: September 2021

A one-day, online festival from the Festival of Faith and Literature. With Stephen Cottrell, Peter Stanford, Lucy Winkett, and Rowan Williams.


Festival of Preaching

Two days of talks, sermons and worship. Speakers include Barbara Brown Taylor, Alister McGrath, 
and Sam Wells.


Class and the Church: a Church Times webinar

​Is the Church of England too middle-class? In this webinar, we explore how the Church talks - or fails to talk - about class. With Philip North, Sharon Prentis, Lynne Cullens, Azariah France-Williams, and Vicky Walker.


RS Thomas & ME Eldridge Society Festival

This online festival aims to bring together people with an appreciation of the literary and artistic works, musical compositions, people and places associated with RS Thomas and ME Eldridge. 


Lift Up Your Voices, Lift Up Your Hearts

​RSCM and Church Times present this church music webinar with special guests John Bell and Noël Tredinnick.


Send My Roots Rain: a poetry retreat

An online poetry retreat with Pádraig Ó Tuama, Malcolm Guite, Helen Wilcox, Mark Oakley, Rachel Mann, Jay Hulme, and Roger Wagner.


The Church Times Festival of Faith and Literature: Finding meaning

A new one-day, online festival from the Festival of Faith and Literature. Speakers include Brian McLaren, Sarah Sands, Claire Gilbert, and Gareth Higgins.


London Churches Refugee Fund annual lecture with Timothy Radcliffe

​London Churches Refugee Fund and Church Times present an evening in support of refugees. With keynote speaker Fr Timothy Radcliffe OP, actor Alfred Enoch, and representatives from LCRF and Migrants Organise.


Festival of Christian Pilgrimage

​This free, online festival is a chance to reflect and deepen understanding of pilgrimage in our culture.​


Preaching in Lent, Holy Week and Easter

A one-day online festival from the Festival of Preaching. With Sam Wells, Jane Williams, Luigi Gioia, Guli Francis-Dehqani, David Hoyle, and Mark Oakley.


The Church Times Festival of Faith and Literature: Light in Darkness

The Festival of Faith and Literature went online in February. Guests included Francis Spufford, Rachel Mann, Kathy Tiernan, and Mark Oakley, and Stephen Cherry.


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