Cathedrals today face an existential crisis. Many people – both within and outside the church – argue that cathedrals are an irrelevance, and most face significant financial pressure. But they are one area of the church’s life that is flourishing, where the unchurched and the half-believer engage with Christianity.
Join the Dean of Durham, Andrew Tremlett, Dean of Chelmsford, Nicholas Henshall, and other guests, for a lively debate. A new collection of essays on the subject Holy Ground, will be launched at the event.
In association with Sacristy Press.
Tickets are available from Durham Cathedral online, by phone on 0191 338 7178, or in person at the cathedral’s Visitor Desk.
Tuesday 10 October,
Prior's Hall, Durham Cathedral
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