Annual Archbishop Blanch Lecture

Jane Williams

Dr Jane Williams is to give this year’s Archbishop Blanch Lecture at Liverpool Hope University, titled “The Word, and the words, how does God speak”.

Tim Stratford is the Chairman of the Archbishop Blanch Lecture Trust that organises this and is pleased to have secured such an eminent person to tie in with the celebration of the 400th anniversary of the publication of King James Bible.

The lecture is free and open to all, but booking is essential.  It is one of the best attended annual events of its sort in the diocese each year and members of all our churches are encouraged to come along.

Please talk to Tim or contact Lifelong Learning Department on either lifelonglearning@liverpool.anglican.org or 0151 705 2120 to book a place.

Dr Williams teaches Christian doctrine at SPTC. She is also a visiting Lecturer in Theology at King’s College London, having previously taught at Trinity College Bristol.  She is the author of several books, including ‘Approaching Easter’ and ‘Approaching Christmas’, ‘Perfect Freedom’, ‘Who Do You Say That I am?’ and most recently, ‘Angels’.  She is married to Rowan, who is Archbishop of Canterbury, and they have two children.

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