Saturday 23rd March 2013
Lee Seng Tee Hall,
Wolfson College, Cambridge
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CHCT Spring Conference 2013 booking form
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The Cambridgeshire Historic Churches Trust warmly invites you to its Spring Conference on March 23rd 2013 at Lee Hall, Wolfson College.
The CHCT Spring Conference 2013 is entitled:
The Conference programme has been expertly organised by Jane Kennedy and Dr John Maddison.
This year's conference promises to be a very memorable day with contributions from the leading historians of nonconformity. The eminent speakers will provide an opportunity to probe the origins and development of dissenting movements in Eastern England in depth and to consider the heritage of dissent.
As usual we have a group of distinguished speakers for what promises to be a very interesting and stimulating day.
The Ejectment of 1662
Dissent and the providence of
(chiefly C17 / C18)
with Professor Clyde Binfield:
former head of the History Department of Sheffield University and author of one of the most readable and engaging studies of dissenting history, So Down to Prayers
Patterns of development in
East Anglian nonconformity:
with special reference to Cambridgeshire
with Professor David Thompson:
holds the title Emeritus Professor of Modern Church History, University of Cambridge and is a Minister of the United Reformed Church, and Ecumenical Officer for the Eastern Synod.
The Historic Chapels Trust and its work:
with Roland Jeffery:
has considerable experience in overseeing a range of buildings restoration projects including the award winning restoration of Hawksmoor’s Christ Church, Spitalfields in London.
The Architecture of Dissent:
function, distinction and celebration
with Dr John Maddison:
If you would like to join us, please download the booking form above or contact the Conference Secretary by clicking here or phoning 01223 892430
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