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Events are open to Fellows and Members of Sion College only.

Evening Visit and Reception:

The Magic Circle: A tour with a performance

Founded in 1905 The Magic Circle is the oldest and most prestigious magic club in the country, boasting members such as the Late Paul Daniels, Geoffrey Durham and Prince Charles, The Prince of Wales.

Sion College are invited to explore the ‘House of 10,000 secrets’ at the Euston home of this secretive society. A drinks reception in the Club Room awaits, whilst you are thrilled and mystified by one of the finest Close-up Magicians in the country.

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Extended Visit: The Churches of Scotland

 

 

ZOOM Evening Seminar: Inclusion in Sport

Speaker: Baroness (Tanni) Grey-Thompson

Tanni Grey - Thompson is one of Britain’s greatest paralympic athletes. She amassed a remarkable haul of medals over 16 years and 5 Paralympic games: 11 gold, 55 silver and a bronze. She also held 30 world records and won the London Marathon six times.

Online application and payment is available for this event. To apply and pay online you will first need to register if you haven't done so already. Once the Administrator has approved your registration, you will be able to log in and access the online application/payment. You will only need to register once, and for any applications for subsequent events you will need only to log in.

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Afternoon Visit and Dinner: The National Gallery

Speaker: Ayla Lepine

 

 

Seminar Supper: L’Arche

Speaker: John Casson, Leader of L’Arche UK

John Casson CMG is the leader of L’Arche UK, a voluntary organisation which creates and grows inclusive communities of people with and without learning disabilities. Previously John served as HM Ambassador to Egypt from 2014 to 2018, and before that as the Prime Minister’s Foreign Affairs Private Secretary. John will speak about L’Arche’s distinctive charism, how society can become kinder and more human, and touch on issues many Christian organisations face today, including the shadow of historic abuse and how to remain distinctively Christian while being radically inclusive.

Online application and payment is available for this event. To apply and pay online you will first need to register if you haven't done so already. Once the Administrator has approved your registration, you will be able to log in and access the online application/payment. You will only need to register once, and for any applications for subsequent events you will need only to log in.

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Seminar supper: The Centenary of the Anglo-Irish Treaty, 1922

Speaker: Lord Bew, Professor of Irish Politics at Queen’s University, Belfast

 

 

Seminar supper at The Oriental Club:

Advent – A Forgotten Opportunity?

Speaker: Lucy Winkett

There can be few who could help us reflect on Advent - its significance and its opportunities - more effectively than Lucy Winkett. Many of us will have benefitted from listening to her and reading what she has written. She has served as a Canon of St Paul's and is now Rector of St James's Piccadilly as well as being a writer, a regular broadcaster, and a prolific commentator. 

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A Sion College Seminar: Race, Memory and Dialogue – “Culture Wars” and the Church of England

Speaker: Bishop Lusa Nsenga-Ngoy

In an age of “culture wars”, where comment and social media can seem increasingly polarised and confrontational, we can lament our inability to enter into dialogue.  

Bishop Lusa believes that leaders in faith have a privileged task of offering healthier patterns of interaction across the world’s divides, and will help us to reflect on the role of Anglican clergy in mediating truth-telling and reconciliation.

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Seminar supper at the Oxford & Cambridge Club: Has the Church of England given up on Theology?

Speaker: Michael Lloyd, Principal, Wycliffe Hall

Theological Education in the Church of England is a subject about which almost everyone feels passionately. In recent years a variety of models have been developed in response to the perceived needs of our age and each one is considered by their advocates as the gold standard-the model which will prepare future clergy for the challenges and opportunities of ministry over the next half century. 

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