What is the 'Church' to which we belong? Join us and discover what it means to belong in a Church that is holy, catholic and apostolic.

When | Thursday 20 June, 7.30pm - c.9pm

Where | Alban Room and Online 

Cost | £10 (£6 students)

Speaker | The Revd Dr Kirsty Borthwick

Every time we confess the creed we declare that we are part of something - something that gathers in a particular time and place (your local parish church on a Sunday morning, for instance) and something that reaches across time and space. But what is this ‘Church’ to which we belong? This evening lecture will use the Nicene Creed as a springboard to explore this question, probing what it means to believe and belong in a Church that is one, holy, catholic and apostolic. If you’ve ever wondered why Protestants believe in a catholic Church, what it really means for us to be the Body of Christ, or whether we can honestly hope for unity, this talk is for you. 

Banner Image (Creative Commons): Jan van Eyck, oil on panel, 1432

How to Book

You can book online by using the button above. If you are unable to book online please call the Learning Administrator on 01727 890212 (Monday to Friday 9.30 – 3pm term time) or the Box Office 01727 890290 (Monday to Sunday). Tickets will be on sale until 12noon on the day of the event. Please ensure that you provide a current email address when you book. 

Clergy and Readers in St Albans Diocese have complimentary access to our Adult Learning courses, talks, study days, and reading groups. For clergy/Reader bookings, please email [email protected] with your name and role and we will confirm your place.