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Free Church Track Open Day  Tuesday, 11:00–2:00 (Lunch provided), St John’s College reception. All welcome. Interested in training as a missional ministry leader? Come learn more about Free Church and Baptist study options at Cranmer Hall. For enquiries, email cranmer.admin@durham.ac.uk.  
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Booklaunch: Growth and Decline in the Anglican Communion, 1980 to the Present  Tuesday 14th March, 6 to 6.30 pm Bowes Dining Room  Growth and Decline in the Anglican Communion, 1980 to the Present is a study of how one of the larger denominations in the world has expanded and contracted dramatically since 1980. It includes an overview of Anglicanism, together […]
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New research by Cranmer Hall has been commended by the Secretary General of the Anglican Communion, Archbishop Josiah Idowo-Fearon. Giving a lecture in Dublin, Archbishop Idowo-Fearon recommended the study Growth and Decline in the Anglican Communion, 1980 to the Present, recently published by Routledge. ‘If this book is not in the…library, it ought to be’, said Archbishop Josiah. This book surveys […]
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We are delighted to announce that Revd Dr Liz Kent will be joining the team as Director of the Wesley Study Centre. She brings so many gifts: deep faith, missional passion; considerable experience in circuit ministry; academic credentials, and a long history with the study centre. We are really looking forward to welcoming here onto the Cranmer Team. Liz was […]
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Appointment of new MATM Director at Cranmer Hall We are delighted to announce the appointment of the Revd Dr Nicholas Moore as MATM Director at Cranmer Hall.   Among a strong field he was the unanimous choice of the panel who were particularly impressed with Nick’s application and interview together with his accomplishments and publications to date.     Raised and educated […]
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Cranmer Undergraduates Did you know you don’t have to be an ordinand to live and study at Cranmer Hall? We have a special type of student, called a CUG (Cranmer Undergraduate). You can come to Cranmer at 18, and live in St John’s College, and have a wonderful experience as a Durham University student doing a degree in Theology and […]
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Dr Ruth Perrin’s Book The Bible Reading of Young Evangelicals (an Exploration of the Ordinary Hermeneutics & Faith of Generation Y) will be launched in Bowes Dining Room on Tuesday 21 February at 6pm. All very welcome. Interested in: The effects of the Bible on preaching and teaching? The Faith of Millennials? The current state of British evangelicalism? Researching ministerial […]
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Cranmer Hall is delighted that another of our alumni has been appointed to the office of Bishop. The Right Revd Joanna Penberthy was appointed as the 129th Bishop of St Davids on Saturday 21st January 2017. Joanna started her training at Cranmer Hall in 1983, before serving the Church in Wales in a wide range of vital roles. We are […]
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What comes to mind with the word “Theology?” Boring? Academic? Dry? Maybe so. But “theology” is about God—the dynamic, surprising, and thrilling Creator who became flesh but will not sit still in a university library or in an academic classroom. “Theology” is rigorous thinking about the God of Christian faith who reveals himself not just to theologians, but to everyone who […]
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Step Forward 2017 Bookings are now being taken for the 2017 Step Forward event which will take place on Saturday 4th February 2017 at Bishopthorpe in York. Hosted by Archbishop Sentamu, this exciting free event is for anyone aged 18 – 30 who is considering ordained ministry in the Anglican Church and has been a real help in encouraging vocations. […]
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