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Seminar Lunch: The Big Bang and the creation of self.

Visit to The Royal Astronomical Society Speaker: Kevin Walsh, Director of Outreach, Westminster School

Seminar Supper: Jesus re-imagined in film

Speaker: Professor Graham Holderness, writer and critic

Seminar Supper: ‘Keep your mind in hell, and despair not’ (St Silouan): preaching and praying through Holy Week

Speaker: Lucy Winkett, priest, writer and broadcaster

Seminar Supper: Ending a war is more difficult than starting one: reflections on peace-making in 1919

Speaker: Professor Sir Hew Strachan, Professor of International Relations, University of St Andrews

Annual General Meeting and Feast at Clothworkers’ Hall

Visit: Canterbury Cathedral

Seminar Supper: Survival in solitude

Speaker: Terry Waite, humanitarian and author

Evening Seminar Visit: The art of vestments Watts & Co, Faith House, Westminster

Seminar Supper: The Pinch: How the baby boomers took their children's future - and why they should give it back

Speaker: Lord (David) Willetts, Executive Chair, Resolution Foundation

Seminar Visit: The Tudor Rooms, Hampton Court Palace followed by river cruise from Hampton to Richmond with lecture

Speaker: Tracy Borman, author and historian

Address and reception: Views from the Coptic Church

Speaker: His Grace Bishop Angaelos, Coptic Orthodox Bishop of London

Founder’s Day at Lambeth Palace: The rule of law: what does it mean today?

Speaker: Lord (Igor) Judge, former Lord Chief Justice

Evening tour and reception: Queen’s Diamond Jubilee Galleries, Westminster Abbey, with an address by the Dean

Seminar Supper: The State, the Church and racism

Speaker: Rose Hudson-Wilkin, Chaplain to the Speaker of the House of Commons

Seminar Lunch: Preaching on Luke with passion and with honesty

Speaker: Trevor Dennis, priest, writer, theologian

Stand up and Supper: Paul Kerensa, comedy writer and stand-up comedian

Seminar Supper: ‘What is life to me without thee?’: Britain after Brexit

Speaker: Sir Stephen Wall, former British Permanent Representative to the European Union

Evening tour, talk and reception: The Dickens Museum, Bloomsbury

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