Woman of the Cloth: Confessions of a Rogue Priest
Woman of the Cloth: Confessions of a Rogue Priest7:00 pm to 9:00 pm Friday, August 11, 2017 Tweet Share
Chapel of the Epiphany6030 Chancellor Boulevard
The University of British Columbia
Vancouver, BC V6T 1Z1
with Kate Bruce
Comedy evening with Kate Bruce. Kate’s PhD is in preaching and imagination, and her most recent book is Wrestling with the Word: Preaching on Tricky Texts (SPCK). She is often sought out as a preacher and a teacher of preaching with young and new preachers and those seeking to further refine their craft. Kate has an interest in stand-up comedy and writes and performs her own material.
Kate Bruce was Chaplain at Van Mildert and Trevelyan Colleges at Durham University and Associate Priest at St. Oswald’s Church, Durham. She is now Chaplain of St. John’s College, Cranmer Hall at Durham University. Alongside Robert Warren, Kate is the co-author of the Lent courses Life Calling and Life Source, as well as an author of several books.
2017 Chancellor’s Dinner
2017 Chancellor’s Dinner5:30 pm to 10:00 pm Wednesday, September 27, 2017
University Golf Club5185 University Boulevard
Vancouver, British Columbia V6T 1X5
Once again we are gearing up for our annual VST Chancellor’s Dinner, this year to take place on Wednesday, September 27th at the University Golf Club. This year we are delighted that Professor Santa Ono, President of UBC, will be our keynote speaker at this year’s Chancellor’s Dinner. Professor Ono will speak on the topic . . .
New Christian Reformers and the Jews
New Christian Reformers and the Jews7:00 pm to 9:00 pm Monday, July 10, 2017
St. Mary's Kerrisdale Anglican Church2490 West 37th Avenue
Vancouver, British Columbia V6M 1P5
with Peter Ochs Examine a collection of contemporary Christian theologians (Lindbeck, Hauerwas and 5 more) who renew and refine Reformation doctrines in surprising ways. Why does each theologian seek to renew and refine Reformation doctrines, affirming a robust theology of Scripture, of Jesus Christ, and of ecclesial community while at the same time affirming renewed engagement and dialogue . . .