‘Reading a Quaker meeting house’. Dr. Chris Skidmore – #ChapelTalks

Most Chrisitan places of worship have obvious and well known architecural reference points- pulpit, sanctuary, table, pews- but Quaker meeting houses seem to be defined by an absence of such things. Dr. Chris Skidmore will be describing what to look for in a Quaker meeting house and discussing what that might tell us about Quaker… Read More »‘Reading a Quaker meeting house’. Dr. Chris Skidmore – #ChapelTalks

Dear Pastor, …but who should I turn to if not the Church to which I belong? Anette Jäger – #ChapelTalks

During the Nazi era St. George's German Lutheran Church in East London and its pastor, Julius Rieger, worked tirelessly to assist persecuted Protestant Christians of Jewish descent to flee to England. Join us to hear this emotive story, and learn how Rieger and the congregation of St George's also provided a spiritual home and ongoing… Read More »Dear Pastor, …but who should I turn to if not the Church to which I belong? Anette Jäger – #ChapelTalks

Equiano’s Daughter: A Glimpse of Dissenting England, by Professor Clyde Binfield OBE – #ChapelTalks

How many of us can easily place Dissenters? Join Professor Clyde Binfield in an exploration of Dissent. It begins with Henry Bromley (1798-1878), a Congregational minister, born and dies in North London. It continues with his family, Suffolk people who had been Dissenters since 1662, and thus ir encompasses and old manor house and a… Read More »Equiano’s Daughter: A Glimpse of Dissenting England, by Professor Clyde Binfield OBE – #ChapelTalks