Peterborough Theological Society

The Peterborough Theological Society is an ecumenical society, which exists to promote theological discussion and debate for all levels of interest. We invite a wide variety of speakers, most of whom are leading authorities in their fields.

Meetings are generally held on the last Wednesday of each month (excepting July, August and December) at the Friends’ Meeting House, unless otherwise stated. This is located on Thorpe Road, on the left just over the railway bridge heading west. Parking is available. All meetings commence at 7.30pm with a break for refreshments at 8.30pm, followed by discussion with the speaker.

Annual Subscriptions

£20 for individuals
£30 for couples and families
£10 for students / unwaged
Entry to single meetings £4


Programme for 2018-2019

Friday 21 September 2018
At Peterborough Cathedral (note, not the usual venue)
Dr Janina Ramirez, TV presenter and Course Director, Dept. of Continuing Education, Oxford University.
The world in a hazelnut – medieval wisdom and mysticism.
Tickets £8 for members of the Society. More details here


Wednesday 31 October 2018
Rt. Rev’d. Donald Allister, Bishop of Peterborough.
A public bishop.


Wednesday, 28 November 2018

Rev’d. Chris Duffett, Evangelist with the Light Project.
The novel as Biblical exegesis.


Wednesday 30 January 2019

Dr. Philip Lewis, Department of Peace Studies, University of Bradford.
Christian-Muslim relations in a cold climate.The Montgomery Lecture.


Wednesday 27 February 2019
Professor Stephen Pattison, 
Formerly H.G.Wood Professor of Theology, University of Birmingham.
Facing up to shame.


Wednesday 27 March 2019

Mgr. Mark Langham, Roman Catholic Chaplain, Cambridge University.
Reflections on the present Papacy.


Wednesday 1 May 2019

Dr. Katherine Dell, Fellow of St. Catherine’s College, Cambridge, and faculty Reader in Old Testament.
Who needs the Old Testament?


Wednesday, 22 May 2019

Rev’d Professor David Ford, Emeritus Regius Professor of Divinity, Cambridge University.
The Gospel of John for the twenty-first century.


Wednesday 26 June 2019

Rev’d. Chris Webb, Deputy Warden, Launde Abbey.
Christianity re-imagined: the quiet revolution of the New Monasticism.


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