Each year one issue of the journal, Practical Theology, is devoted to Adult Theological Education. We welcome submissions relating to research into theological education in a range of contexts: e.g. in church communities, theological colleges/seminaries, lay education programmes. Given the extraordinary constraints within which theological education and church life has had to take place in […]
Churches Together in England and Mission Research Network have launched a new MA Dissertation prize in Mission, Evangelism & Church Planting. The deadline for submissions is 30th April. See MA Prize in mission and evangelism for further details.
Dismantling Whiteness: Critical White Theology – Saturday 17th April 2021 Please see Dismantling Whiteness conference for details of the Call for Papers and this online day conference hosted by the Oxford Centre for Religion and Culture. Call for Papers deadline 31st January 2021.
International Academy of Practical Theology announces its 2021 Online Conference – Coping with crisis: hospitality, security, and the search for faithful connections The event will run from 8 – 10 July 2021. Further details can be found here: IAPT 2021 Promo flyer
Theological Action Research Training Day Wednesday 6th January 2021, 2.15pm-8.30pm Aimed at doctoral students and researchers, the training is designed to equip you with the knowledge and skills to embark on your own theological action research project. The day will be interactive and conversational and take place over Zoom. The day is run by Dr […]
THEOLOGY, AGEING, AND THE LIFE OF THE CHURCH An online conference for the Church and the Academy – 29-30 January 2021 Explore the promises and possibilities of human ageing in the context of faith and the life of the Church. Join workshops and presentations from scholars and practitioners, and share stories about faith and ageing. […]
‘Beyond Blame: Accountability Now?’ The MODEM annual conference is on Tuesday 1st December (9.30-3.30), via Zoom, in collaboration with the Susanna Wesley Foundation. This day conference will look head on at the challenges of accountability whilst enabling you to open up your own work to the same questions. Key speakers include Helen Cameron (Practical Theologian), Marvin Rees (Mayor […]
Lived Catholicism(s) – New Questions and Untold Stories is an on-line conference taking place across two days (23rd – 24th November), bringing together theologians, ethnographers, anthropologists, human geographers, psychologists and ethicists among others for interdisciplinary exchange and encounter. It is a project of the Centre for Catholic Studies at Durham University, in partnership with the […]
Practical Theology Journal is looking for a new Book Reviews Editor The Practical Theology Journal is growing in volume, quality, circulation and international reach. Our current Book Reviews Editor, Stephen Roberts, wishes to relinquish the role and we are therefore looking for a replacement for this key task in the Journal’s team. Expressions of interest, […]
‘Deep, high, broad, long – John 17: the most far-reaching chapter in the Bible?’ The Queen’s Foundation invites you to an online public lecture by Professor David Ford on Thursday 17th September, 19:30-21:00. For further details, please see the flyer: David Ford lecture at Queen’s flyer