Advance Announcement and Invitation
Liverpool, England, 2003
From afternoon of
Friday 12th September
to after lunch on Monday 15th September
Liverpool's Prestigious Anglican Cathedral
Accommodation: Liverpool University's Carnatic Halls
set in beautiful and spacious gardens.
Worship: within the
conference itself, in a variety of
denominational settings, but with participation in daily worship in
the Choral Cathedral tradition, as an ongoing element for those
who so desire.
Theme of the Conference:
"Sharing the Gospel of Jesus Christ
the 21st Century
- with a focus on Liverpool's experience"
Key note speakers
will include the Anglican Bishop of Liverpool, the Rt Revd James
Jones, the Bishop of Linköping, the Rt Revd Dr Martin Lind and
prominent Lutheran and Anglican Theologians/Practitioners, from a
variety of settings.
There will be opportunities to explore - in a ecumenical environment-
The Cost of the
Conference, all inclusive will be between £ 200-240:
Definitive costings will be available in the Autmn.
is available from the Dean of Liverpool,
The Rt Revd Dr Rupert Hoare
St James Mount
Tel No: 01517027220
Fax No: 01517027292
The City of Liverpool
undergoing a social, cultural, and economic renaissance,
following the difficult times of the Toxteth riots in 1981.
While many urban problems remai:n,
the City offers a rich, vibrant, urban and seaport experience,
with a huge cultural variety from the National Museums and Galleries on Merseyside
(including the Slavery Museum, within the Maritime Museum)
to the Beatles (who have a museum devoted to them: the Carnatic Halls are near Penny Lane!)
to the Walker Art Gallery and Tate Liverpool,
and outstanding secular and sacred architecture
(including one of the fmest Synagogues in Europe).