Advent Lecture 2015
“faiths:connected”
Building Bridges or
Erecting Barricades?
Tuesday 1st December 7.00pm
with drinks reception
An exploration of some of the similarities, blessings and
challenges facing us as cousins within the Abrahamic family of
faith - Christians, Jews and Muslims.
The Right Reverend David Gillett will launch our 2016 annual
theme of “faiths:connected”.
Bishop David Gillett is a Vice President of the
national Christian Muslim Forum (having been
its first chair), and a Trustee of the Council of
Christians and Jews. Before retirement he was
Bishop of Bolton after serving for 11 years as
Principal of Trinity Theological College in
Bristol. He is now an assistant bishop and
interfaith adviser in the Diocese of Norwich.
Encountering God through transformative worship, challenging discipleship,
generous hospitality and prayerful engagement
Advent Lecture 2015
“faiths:connected”
Building Bridges or
Erecting Barricades?
Tuesday 1st December 7.00pm
with drinks reception
An exploration of some of the similarities, blessings and
challenges facing us as cousins within the Abrahamic family of
faith - Christians, Jews and Muslims.
The Right Reverend David Gillett will launch our 2016 annual
theme of “faiths:connected”.
Bishop David Gillett is a Vice President of the
national Christian Muslim Forum (having been
its first chair), and a Trustee of the Council of
Christians and Jews. Before retirement he was
Bishop of Bolton after serving for 11 years as
Principal of Trinity Theological College in
Bristol. He is now an assistant bishop and
interfaith adviser in the Diocese of Norwich.
Encountering God through transformative worship, challenging discipleship,
generous hospitality and prayerful engagement