Category : Learning opportunities

FeAST (Fellowship of Anglican Scholars of Theology) Launch

USPG is planning to launch its new initiative FeAST – Fellowship of Anglican Scholars of Theology – online on the 23rd of February at 12.00 noon (British Time). This is a global platform for those in the early stages of their teaching careers and younger Anglican theologians to come together for fellowship, encounter and exchange. Please […]

Doing Practical Theology with Asian Resources: Retrospect and Prospect: Call for Papers

On 2 & 3 June 2023 (HKT), The Chinese University of Hong Kong will host an Asian Practical Theology International Conference in collaboration with the Asia Academy of Practical Theology (HK). The theme of the ONLINE conference will be Doing Practical Theology with Asian Resources: Retrospect and Prospect. Call for Papers has begun. Please submit […]

PhD Scholarship Opportunity from Liverpool Hope University

Liverpool Hope University (UK) is advertising 25 Vice-Chancellor’s PhD Scholarships. Details are available at: This award would cover full tuition fees and a monthly maintenance grant each year (paid in monthly instalments) for a maximum of three years of full-time doctoral study. There are several projects across the University that applicants may apply […]

Interested in becoming a theological educator?

Saturday 10 May 10-12.30 – a free online event for those considering becoming Christian theological educators. Theological Education is no longer limited to those in ordained ministries and there are growing opportunities for people to be engaged in the formation and theological development of those in or exploring ministry. Do you have that nagging feeling […]

Three Questions – free chaplaincy workshops – 16/3, 27/4 & 8/6

We would like to warmly invite you to a unique series of three online workshops exploring ideas and practices of care. Three Questions is a series of informal, friendly workshops making space for chaplains of all faiths or none to reflect on ideas of caring for ourselves and for others. For further details, see three-questions-flyer […]

Faith, Trauma and Shame – half-day symposium on 9 February 2022

Trauma impacts every area of life as we seek to come to terms with the effects of the pandemic, the bitter legacy of colonialism and toxicity of ‘cancel culture’ enabled by social media. So how do our faith traditions address and have the potential to alleviate the shame that is an inevitable consequence?  On 9th […]

80th Anniversary Conference of William Temple’s Christianity and Social Order – 12.3.22

80th Anniversary Conference of William Temple’s Christianity and Social Order 9.30am – 5.30pm | Saturday 12th March 2022 | Canterbury Lodge, Canterbury Cathedral The conference will examine the historical and continuing significance of William Temple’s 1942 Christianity and Social Order on the 80th anniversary of its publication. This short work was a key text in […]