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Date and time
Wednesday, May 22, 2019 - 19:30 to 20:30
Address
Hollybank House
51 Liverpool Road
Chester
Cheshire
CH2 1AB
United Kingdom

About the Event

The Revd Canon Dr Mark Pryce (Director of Ministry in Birmingham Diocese)

In a theological appreciation of these two twentieth century poets, Mark Pryce will explore how poetry is the language of lived faith which integrates theological reflection with personal experience of the divine in public and domestic settings.

Canon Dr Mark Pryce is a poet, priest and practical theologian. His published work and teaching has sustained a long-term fruitful relationship between poetry and theology, Christian spirituality, and the reimagining of Scripture. His forthcoming Poetry, Practical Theology and Reflective Practice is focused on poetry and creative practice in ministerial formation, professional development and qualitative methodologies in empirical research. He is Chaplain to HM The Queen, Visiting Research Fellow at The Queen’s Foundation Birmingham and Visiting Scholar of Sarum College Salisbury.

The Society gratefully acknowledges the support of the Montgomery Trust in arranging this lecture.

Contact 

The Rev Dr Robert Evans, or Rachel Barlow.

Admission

 £3 at door, £1 for University of Chester students. Soft Drinks, Wine and Refreshments.

Directions

Location

Address

Hollybank House
51 Liverpool Road
Chester
Cheshire
CH2 1AB
United Kingdom