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February 2019

Public Lecture – Anglican Canon Law: Identity, Ecclesiology and Ecumenism

Wednesday, 20 February, 7:30 pm9:30 pm
Craig Auditorium, Gateway Building, Trinity College, 100 Royal Parade
Parkville, Victoria 3052 Australia
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Wednesday 20 February | The second Robin Sharwood Lecture will be delivered by Professor Mark Hill, QC. Professor Hill will explore if it is possible to frame principles of canon law drawn from the common features of the local laws of each province.

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Public Commencement Lecture – Christian Worship and Desire

Monday, 25 February, 7:30 pm9:00 pm
Craig Auditorium, Gateway Building, Trinity College, 100 Royal Parade
Parkville, Victoria 3052 Australia
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You are invited to attend the Trinity College Theological School Commencement Lecture by the Revd Professor Sarah Coakley, Professor of Divinity, Cambridge (2007–2018) and Visiting Professional Fellow, ACU (2019). Christian Worship and Desire The Theological School launches its 2019 academic year with a Commencement Lecture by Sarah Coakley on the topic ‘Christian Worship and Desire’. The lecture opens up a discussion about how ‘desire’ operates in the workings of prayer and worship, and how we should think of its enduring significance…

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March 2019

Today’s Music for Today’s Church

Saturday, 2 March, 10:00 am4:30 pm
Old Warden’s Lodge, Trinity College Theological School, 100 Royal Parade
Parkville, VIC 3000 Australia
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Saturday 2 March 2019 | This day program is designed for those who sing, play, plan or lead music within the church to help you do just that.

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July 2019

Vessels: Theology and the Arts Symposium

Friday, 12 JulySunday, 14 July
St Luke’s Anglican Church, 147-149 Blackwall Road
Woy Woy, NSW 2256 Australia
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St Luke's Woy Woy will host a three-day symposium gathering theologians, artists, clerics, and philosophers to explore the relationships between the arts and theology. There will be an art exhibition, poetry, creative workshops, short papers and music. The last fifty years has seen some astonishingly inventive solutions to creatively engage with theology, ecclesiology, liturgy, and the public sphere of spirituality and faith. This three-day symposium seeks to explore the shifts in method, style, and theory found in the liminal space…

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