Chichester Cathedral's popular Bible study day returns on Saturday 17th November, 1.30pm - 5.00pm, with an opportunity to explore and celebrate the Gospel of Luke. Titled 'Learning with Luke' this annual series involves sessions on art, music and prayer, all complementing a range of talks delivered by nine specialists in Biblical Studies.
The Gospel of Luke focuses on the story and history of Jesus Christ, from his birth through to his teachings, crucifixion and resurrection. This year's invited speakers include Dr Steve Smith from St Mellitus College in London, Professor James Dunn (University of Durham), Professor David Catchpole (Exeter and Sarum College), Dr Stephen Roberts (University of Chichester), Revd Dr Andy Angel, Revd Harriet Neale-Stevens (Diocese of Chichester), Rachel Moriarty and Canon Tim Schofield (Chichester Cathedral). There is also a series of contemplative prayer stations by the artist LouLou Morris.
Chichester Cathedral's Chancellor, The Revd Canon Dr Anthony Cane, says 'This innovative annual Gospel day has become a Chichester fixture, with people travelling from across the diocese and region to benefit from a rich range of speakers and approaches.'