The St. Margaret's Lectures 2017: 'Finding meaning in life and death'
St. Margaret's Hospice has asked a leading sociologist, philosopher and theologian to each give a lecture followed by questions and discussion. All lectures will be held at St. Margaret's Hospice, Heron Drive, Taunton.
Wednesday 8th February: 'Religion in Modern Britain: The backdrop to 21st century hospicecare' - Professor Grace Davie
Wednesday 15th March: 'Mortality vs Immortality' The attitudes of theologians and philosophers over the centuries to the significance of death and the possibility of an afterlife - Sir Anthony Kenny
Wednesday 31st May: 'A Theology of Death after the Resurrection' - Dr Jane Williams
Tickets are £5, which goes towards the cost of the evening and can be booked by clicking on the lecture below that you would like to attend. Alternatively, if you would like to book your place at all 3 lectures, please click here.
Drinks and canapés will be served from 6.30pm, with the lecture to start at 7.15pm.
Professor Grace Davie. Wednesday 8th February.Read more
Sir Anthony Kenny. Wednesday 15th March.Read more
Dr Jane Williams. Wednesday 31st May.Read more