Exploring the Vision and Learning Together Webinars, Michaelmas 2021 Booking for all webinars will open one month prior to each event. Please check this page regularly for further updates on speakers and further content. 12th October 2021, 1900 CET Faith and Science – care for ‘our Common Home.’ In preparation for the COP 26 summit in Glasgow, and soon after a landmark meeting in the Vatican between faith leaders and scientists, an expert Anglican and Catholic panel considers issues how better dialogue and understanding between faith and science can ensure a future of harmony for ‘our common home’ (Laudato Si’). Moderator: The Revd Dr Andrew Davison Starbridge Senior Lecturer in Theology and Natural Sciences University of Cambridge Panel: Dr Séverine Deneulin Director of International Development, Laudato Si’ Research Institute Campion Hall, Oxford Professor Veerabhadran Ramanathan Edward A. Frieman Endowed Presidential Chair in Climate Sustainability University of California at San Diego The Right Revd Dr Marc Andrus Bishop of California 13th December 2021, 1900 CET The Vision Renewed – what is our ecumenical future? The ecumenical movement is one of the most remarkable phenomena of the twentieth century, with fascinating roots, and rich, diverse theological achievements. Now, with such substantial consensus between the churches on so many issues of core belief, where might our dialogue take us? What should our priorities be for the next fifty years? Four young ecumenists, from different churches and different parts of the world, discuss their vision for the future. Moderator: The Revd Dr James Hawkey Canon Theologian, Westminster Abbey Panel: The Revd Kirsty Borthwick (Church of England) Dr Dorianne Buttigieg (Catholic Church, Malta) Mrs Theodora Mavridou (Orthodox Church of Greece) The Revd Evans Nyamadzawo (Church of Christ, Zimbabwe) Study Visits As we begin to emerge from the pandemic, and as the possibility of international travel returns, we are delighted that the following study visits are currently planned for the first half of 2022. 14-27 January: Nashotah House Theological Seminary and the Living Church Institute, USA 20-25 March: St Mellitus Theological College, London, UK Dates TBC May: The Vision Explored – a special study trip under the patronage of the Pontifical Council for Promoting Christian Unity for ordinands and seminarians from across the global Anglican Communion. We also plan to welcome diverse pilgrim groups from dioceses around the Communion as restrictions ease.