Cumbria Theological Society

The Cumbria Theological Society was founded in 1992 as an ecumenical organisation with the aim of hosting five or six lectures or seminars each year.

The purpose of the Society is to stimulate theological reflection— among both lay and ordained Christians—and explore its practical implications for the mission of the churches. It is run by a small steering group, with representatives from the Anglican, Methodist, Roman Catholic and URC churches.

Events are open to all and are funded by voluntary donations.

Contact details:

Secretary: Rev Nick Mark: 01228 526162


Archive

Anglican Monasticism. David S Simon. Read more…

Why Does Theology Matter? Canon Tom Herbert. Read more…

Goths and Gods. Theological Reflections on Subculture. Revd Dr Roger Latham. Read more…

Christ without Chalcedon. John Parratt. Read more…

Revelations from St John the Divine. Kevin S Ellis. Read more…

Third World Theologies: Do they matter? John Parratt. Read more…

Ordinary Theology: A proposal for a new theology. Richard Pratt. Read more…

Apocryphal Gospels: Then and Now. Read more…

Caring for our Common Home
2nd February 2019

Organised by Cumbria Theological Society, Churches Together Environment Group, St John’s Keswick, Caring for our Common Home is a day to reflect on why we should care for the earth, our common home, and the challenges we face in doing so. It’s about becoming aware of faith perspectives on the environment and environmental challenges, and to identify practical actions we can take, both as individuals and as communities.

Visit https://caringforourcommonhome.org for more information and to book tickets for this event.