Friday 2nd – Sunday 4th October
We’ve been talking about this event for a long time. It’s finally happening!
Join us for Northern Lectures Weekend. A grand title for something which will hopefully be a quite relaxed chance to learn from each other, and discover the subjects which motivate and inspire your fellow pilgrims. We have eight people who will be sharing their knowledge and expertise with us.
Each “Lecture” will consist of a talk 15 minutes max in length, followed by 30 minutes for discussion. The workshops will be interactive and you will be encouraged to actively take part.
Everything will take place on zoom. Some of the sessions will be recorded so that those who miss it can watch back later.
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7.00pm – 8.30pm: Short Liturgy, followed by informal check-in to see how everyone is.
9.30pm – 10.15pm: Lecture 1: Maths in the Real World by Jack Woodruff
10.45pm – late: Whisky Club
10.30am – 11.15am: Lecture 2: Judaeo-Christian ideas of Heaven by Damien Sweeney
11.15am – 11.30am: Break
11.30am – 12.15pm: Lecture 3: Refugee Experience in Matthew’s Gospel by Matthew Neville
5.00pm – 6.00pm: Workshop 1: Drawing by Carmel Boylan
7.30pm – 8.15pm: Lecture 4: Dystopian Literature by Dominique Gelder Smith
9.00pm: Arts and Crafts Evening, with informal chat. Bring along whatever is your preferred activity. Painting; Sewing; Knitting; Woodwork; Baking; Tattooing; Papier Maché; AirFix; Play-dough Modelling; Jewellery Making; Colouring In; or anything else you can think of. Feel free to join us for the conversation even if you don’t have a craft activity. At some point the Arts and Crafts will turn into Whisky Club
11.00am – 12.00noon: Workshop 2: Creative Writing by Steph Neville
5.00pm – 5.45pm: Lecture 5: Street Infrastructure by Becki Cox
5.45pm – 6.00pm: Break
6.00pm – 6.45pm: Lecture 6: Doughnut Economics by Tim Baron
8.00pm – 9.00pm: Final session, overview of weekend.
10.00pm – late: Hot Chocolate Club