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Mark Oakley and Malcolm Guite read and reflect on poems and explore poetry’s capacity to open our hearts and minds to deeper truths, with Revd Catherine Duce chairing the evening.
Music is the unseen language which speaks to head, to heart and to life itself. This lecture will unite music and voice, to experience the quality of mercy with speakers Bob Chilcott and Lucy Winkett, performances by St Martin’s Voices
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What part does ‘mercy’ play in social justice? Winnie Varghese, a priest in New York, speaks about mercy and race, Bishop James Jones speaks about mercy and justice for all.
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In the last of our Encounter Series Revd Dr Sam Wells, Vicar of St Martin’s asks the Most Revd Justin Welby, the Archbishop of Canterbury, about how he has encountered God, in his own life.
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