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Seeing with the Heart: Art and Faith

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The University Church presents ‘Seeing with the Heart’, a lunchtime series on faith and art with artists and theologians. The talks are at 1pm at Michaelhouse, with a soup lunch is served from 12.40pm (suggested donation for lunch £2).

  • 11 March The Very Revd Mark Bonney, Dean of Ely Cathedral
  • 18 March The Revd Ally Barrett, Westcott House
  • 25 March The Revd Dr Neil Thorogood, President Westminster College
  • 1 April The Revd Dr Ayla Lepine, St John-at-Hampstead
  • 8 April The Revd Canon Adrian Daffern, Vicar, The University Church

Mark Bonney is Dean of Ely Cathederal. Raised in Cambridge, he studied music at St Catharine’s College, Cambridge.[5] He graduated from the University of Cambridge with a Bachelor of Arts degree in 1978; his BA was promoted to a Master of Arts degree in 1982. Having completed his music degree, he taught the subject for three years. He left teaching to train for the priesthood and entered St Stephen’s House, Oxford. Having studied theology, he graduated from the University of Oxford with a BA degree in 1984; this degree was promoted to an MA Oxon in 1989. He then undertook a further year of ministerial training at St Stephen’s House.

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