The St. Peter's Contemporary Theology Group is an ecumenical gathering that meets on the third Wednesday of each month, from January to June, at St Peter's Methodist Church, Canterbury. All meetings start at 7.45 pm. A list of meetings can be found on the Home page in the downloads section.
Our meetings are open to all who are interested in honest and lively discussions on contemporary themes in theology and religion. Whatever your interests or viewpoint, you will be most welcome to join us. And please tell others about the Group. There is a charge of £3 at the door to cover the expenses of our speakers and an honorarium. A season ticket of £12 is also available at the door, covering all six lectures
For further details about the Group, please contact the Church Office.
Wednesday 18 April
Tom Butler - Former Bishop of Southwark, one time Chaplain and Lecturer in Electronics, University of Kent, originally trained as an engineer.
Intelligence - Artificial, Human, and Divine.
Wednesday 16 May
Angela Tilby - Canon Emeritus of Christ Church Cathedral, Oxford, and former BBC producer, theological educator and broadcaster.
Citizens of Somewhere or Anywhere?
Wednesday 20 June
Clare Herbert - Tutor in Practical Theology and Pastoral Care at St. Augustine's College; previously Rector of St. Anne's Soho.
Squaring the Circle - Rethinking the Theology of Marriage.