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Prof Alister McGrath - On the Trinity
Tuesday 26th June 2018 - 7pm
The Wessex Centre, Inner Close, Winchester Cathedral

Many Christians, as well as many outside the church, find the doctrineof the Trinity baffling.

In this lecture, Prof McGrath will open up this areaof Christian doctrine, exploring why Christians have found this way of thinkingabout God to be both helpful and important.

This is the first in a series of 5 lectures.

Tickets £5 + £1 per ticket booking fee
Available from The Box Office 01962 857275, 10am - 4pm Monday - Friday, 11am - 3pm Saturdays, Closed Sundays and Bank Holidays
26/06/2018 19:00
Lecture - Fathers Know Best, Parental Advice in Seventeenth Century England
Tuesday 3rd July 2018 - 7pm
The Wessex Centre, Inner Close
Fathers Know Best: Parental Advice in Seventeenth Century England
Professor Roger Richardson, Emeritus Professor of History at the University of Winchester.

Seventeenth-century England was a moralising period and one expression of it was the huge amount of zealous parental advice poured out in publications of different kinds and in letters addressed by fathers to their children, especially to sons and heirs. Religious exhortations, guidance on education, politics, travel, life-style, marriage and household management rubbed shoulders with each other. This lecture explores a fascinating topic which opens a window not only on to inter-generational relations but (more broadly) the values, hopes, convictions, prejudices, anxieties and guilt complexes of an age.

Tickets £5 + £1 per person booking fee (capped at £5 per transaction)
Available from the Box Office on 01962 857275
03/07/2018 19:00
Friends Lecture - Great Royal Events with Alastair Bruce

SATURDAY 27 OCTOBER,7.00PM FOR 7.30PM
‘GREAT ROYAL EVENTS’ AN EVENING WITH ALASTAIR BRUCE

Alistair Bruce talks about his many roles as a TV commentator for royal events and his work as historical adviser to TV and film productions including Downton , Victoria and The King’s Speech.

The lecture is 45min with Q&A afterwards and a glass of wine.

Tickets £15 for Friends and £18 for non-friends + £1 per ticket booking fee if booking by telephone (capped at £5 per transaction)
Available from The Box Office 01962 857275

27/10/2018 19:30