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Theology Forum January 2020

The next meeting of the Southampton Regional Theology Forum of the Methodist Church will take place at Sarum College, Salisbury on Thursday, June 11. The format of the meetings is seminar-like with presentations from people involved with scholarship, research and innovation. We allow plenty of opportunities for discussion.

We are delighted to announce that our presenters at the next meeting are Rev. Bonni-Belle Pickard and Professor Keith Fox. Bonni-Belle will discuss her research on interfaith marriage and Keith will discuss bioethics.

The meeting will start at 10.30 am, with refreshments available from 10 am. It will end with a sandwich lunch starting at 12.45 pm.

For 2020-21 the Forum will meet on three Thursdays: October 22 (2020), February 4 (2021) and June 3 (2021).

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