Holy Week 2020
The following services will be streamed on our Facebook page this Holy Week:
- 9am Morning Prayer (Mon-Fri)
- 8pm Thursday – Maundy Thursday Meditation
Meditation on the Last Supper for Maundy Thursday (pdf)
- 2-3pm Good Friday – Seven Words from the Cross from around the globe
Good Friday (pdf)
- 8pm Holy Saturday – Easter Vigil
Easter Vigil (pdf)
The chapel is open to members of the residential community only and is closed to visitors.
John Wesley preached and wrote about the ‘great importance’ of understanding the ‘fundamental doctrines’ of Christianity. In this series of studies, we look at three essential themes: sin, justification and new birth. Each session will explore the theme by using one of John Wesley’s published sermons, and include conversation with Methodist theologians from around the world.
This is a fremium event. You can join the 90 minute seminars online for free, by using the Zoom links below. Or you can sign up to the whole course below to receive a specially edited version of the seminars, along with supporting study material.
Heart of the Gospel 1: ‘The Deceitfulness of the Heart’
Tuesday 7th April, 14:00 UK time (UTC +1)
Heart of the Gospel 2: ‘Justification by Faith’
Wednesday 8th April, 14:00 UK time (UTC +1)
Heart of the Gospel 3: ‘The New Birth’
Thursday 9th April, 14:00 UK time (UTC +1)
Each seminar will include an introduction and summary of the Wesley sermon by The Revd Dr Andrew Stobart, Director of Research at Wesley House, Cambridge. This will be followed by a recorded conversation between Dr Stobart and a Methodist theologian from Wesley House’s global network, which will then lead into wider discussion. Global Methodist scholars who will help to host these seminars are: The Revd Dr Naveen Rao, from Leonard Theological College, India; The Revd Dr J C Park, President of the World Methodist Council, from Korea; and The Revd Dr Mary Kinoti, from Kenya Methodist University, Kenya.