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Regional Methodist Research Group
The Board Room,
Oxford Brookes University

21st September 2017

The Methodist Church is starting a small number of groups where ordained and lay Methodists, with an interest in scholarship and research, can meet occasionally to discuss and learn from each other.

An embryonic group is planning to meet at Oxford Brookes University.

This event is open to all and it's hoped will develop into a place where inclusive and broad ranging conversation and presentations will enrich and encourage all participants.
10:15 arrival and tea/coffee
10:45 Colin How 'Faith and Science'
11:15 Prof Sir John Marsh 'Communication, Faith and the Changing World'
12:00 Rev'd Dr Stephen Skuce: update on Methodist research and opportunities
12:45 lunch and farewells

There is no cost, but helpful if you could confirm attendance with harmerd@methodistchurch.org.uk

Parking is limited at the university but easily accessible from the Seacourt park and ride

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