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Transcripts of Lectures delivered at St James’

Modern Astronomy and Cosmology: Room for a Creator? Professor Russell Stannard, OBE
Darwin and Evolution: Do Science and Christianity need to be in conflict? Martin Rogers, Director of Science and Religion in Schools Project
None of the Above: Faith and Politics in the Election Jonathan Bartley, Co-Founder of Ekklesia
History of Music in the Church Andrew Bosley, Director of Music, St James’
Belief in Shakespeare Professor Michael Hattaway, New York University in London

Handouts/Notes from Lectures delivered at St James’

 

All is Revealed – An Introduction to the Book of Revelation Rev’d Canon John Edwards, Friends of St James’ Lecture 7th September 2014
Anointed Saviour, Anointed People Rev’d Canon Andrew Marsden, Lent Lecture 3rd March 2015

‘Lent Well Spent’ programme 2014 weekly handouts

9th March 2014 Lent well spent…in the Wilderness
16th March 2014 Lent well spent…at work and in society
23rd March 2014 Lent well spent…with the poor
30th March 2014 Lent well spent…at Home
6th April 2014 Lent well spent…with the homeless

Lent Programme 2014 Follow-up Resources Handout


‘Lent Well Spent’ programme 2015 weekly handouts

22nd February 2015 Lent well spent…Jesus – Son of God
1st March 2015 Lent well spent…Jesus – Messiah
8th March 2015 Lent well spent…Jesus – Son of David
15th March 2015 Lent well spent…Jesus – Son of Mary
22nd March 2015 Lent well spent…Jesus – Son of Man
29th March 2015 Lent well spent…Jesus – Lord and King
30th March 2015 Lent well spent…Jesus – Suffering Servant

‘We Believe…’

Handouts and Readings A summary of all the weekly readings and handouts provided during the ‘We believe…’ sermon series delivered in July and August 2014. This sermon series focused on the basics of Christian belief, as set out in the Nicene Creed.

Sermons

Rev. Hannah’s First Eucharist Sermon delivered by Rev. Richard Lamey on the occasion of Rev. Hannah Higginson’s first Eucharist at St. James’ on 5th July, 2015.

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