Holy Week is the high point of the church calendar, when we are invited vividly into the contemplation of the suffering, death, and resurrection of Christ.

And yet, it can also be a perplexing season, as we are confronted with stories rife with paradox and mystery. The Orthodox theologian Andrew Louth says that ‘the main concern of theology is not so much to elucidate anything, as to prevent us, the Church, from dissolving the mystery that lies at the heart of the faith—dissolving it, or missing it altogether, by failing truly to engage with it.’ In this spirit, we will discuss key elements of classical Christology in order to deepen our participation in, and contemplation of, the mystery of Christ.

Tutor: Austin Stevenson, University of Cambridge

Date and time: Thursday 19 March, 7.30-9pm

Price: £10 (£6 students)

Venue: Alban Room, Chapter House, St Albans Cathedral

Entry is via the Welcome Centre. Please note that this event takes place on Level 1 of the Chapter House. Step-free access is available via a lift.

No parking is available at the Cathedral. If you require a space for access reasons, please email us in advance.