The Inaugural Lecture for the Bible, Gender and Church Research Centre
The BGC is a new and exciting research centre, bringing biblical and gender studies together with issues faced by men and women in the contemporary church. The centre is a joint initiative between Cliff College and The University of Manchester. The inaugural lecture for the centre will be delivered by Revd Dr Susan Shooter and is entitled ‘Yet In My Flesh Shall I See God: Researching Faith With Survivors of Abuse’. This will be followed by responses from Dr Holly Morse and Dr Kirsi Cobb, as well as a reception for all participants.
The event will be held at Cliff College on Monday 27 May. The start of the event will be at 1.45pm with coffee, followed by the lecture from 2.00pm until 3.00pm. The reception with some drinks and nibbles will take place from 3.00pm until 4.00pm.
All the tickets for the event are free, but you need to register independently of your Festival booking. You can book either for the lecture and the reception, or just for the lecture itself. To book, please visit: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/the-bgc-inaugural-lecture-tickets-58870632647