The Annual Inclusive Church lecture was inaugurated in 2013, marking the 10th anniversary of the founding of Inclusive Church. Taking place each year in conjunction with the AGM it invites a leading theologian or activist to reflect and challenge us about inclusion.
Inclusive Church 2019 Lecture
The 2019 Inclusive Church Lecture will take place on July 9th 2019 at Southwark Cathedral, beginning at 7pm.
The lecturer will be Rev Dr Sam Wells, vicar of St Martin-in-the-Fields, author and theologian.
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This year, Inclusive Church's AGM and Annual Lecture will take place at Southwark Cathedral on the 9th July 2019 at 7pm.. The speaker will be Revd. Dr. Sam Wells, author, theologian and vicar of St Martin-in-the-Fields. You can book now through EventBrite.
7.15pm Annual Lecture
8pm Refreshments in the retro-choir
The entrance for this event will be via the Churchyard Entrance where there is a stone ramp. The doors to the cathedral will be staffed. The seating inside the cathedral is moveable wooden chairs without arms. Toilets are accessed via stairs or a platform lift with glass doors. There is a wheelchair-accessible toilet. Assistance dogs are welcome. Access to the retro-choir for the refreshments is via two ramps, which are fairly steep: assistance will be available if necessary. There is a loop system in place in the cathedral. On the Southwark Cathedral website there is a map and more access information.
The Refectory cafe in the cathedral will stay open until 7pm for people who would like to purchase something to eat before the event. Soups, sandwiches, snacks and hot and cold drinks will be available.