Cambridge Sea of Faith Group - the Wednesday Evening Conversations continue . . .

The inaugural evening of the revived Cambridge Sea of Faith Group on October the 16th was a great success with twenty-eight of us gathering for two hours to explore some of the basic implications of secular religion with our special guest, Don Cupitt.

At the end of the meeting it was decided that on the 23rd those who came would decide on how to continue the conversation. The nine of us continued the general topic and decided that over the next two weeks we'll concentrate on the following subjects:

Wednesday October 30th 
Empathy ("What is it?" and whether it is always good?) and how prayer and/or meditation might be understood in a secular religious context.

Wednesday November 6th
Worship and political action in the secular religious context.

All of the meetings take place in the church hall of the Memorial (Unitarian) Church,Cambridge and will start promptly at 7.30pm and finishing at 9.30pm. They are open to all and there is no need to have been to any of the earlier conversations or book. All that's required is an open and inquiring heart and mind.

 Remaining dates in the series are on:
November 13, 20, 27

December 4

Contact details:

Memorial Church (Unitarian)
Emmanuel Road
01223 576952
07950 184421