Arrive - 6pm
Depart - 9.30pm
The sixteenth-century ‘Reformation’ was one of the most seismic events in church history - but what did it actually achieve? How did it change the way in which we practiced the Christian faith? Should we see it as a triumph, or as a disaster? And is it still relevant to us today?
These controversial issues will be addressed by Dr Robert Whiting in an illustrated presentation followed by an open discussion. University lecturer, and producer of research articles in academic journals, he is also the author of pioneering books on this subject - including The Reformation of the English Parish Church, published by Cambridge University Press. Come for dinner and stay for a stimulating talk and discussion.
Led by Robert Whiting
Cost: £20 to include dinner