The monthly fellowship events mix guest speakers and a chance to socialise
Talks on the Brontë family; astronomer and mathematician Abraham Sharp; and a special Christmas gathering will help round off this year’s programme of Monday Fellowship talks.
The monthly Monday Fellowship takes place in the Bradford Cathedral de Lacy Centre on the second Monday of each month, and features a varied programme of interesting speakers and social events. The monthly talk is also followed by refreshments and social time.
As we enter the second half of the year, we look forward to the following programmed talks and events:
- Monday August 14th: Summer Fellowship: Cream Tea at the Deanery
- Monday September 11th: Maggie Myers: Abraham Sharp (1653-1742) – Bradford’s world-renowned astronomer and mathematician, whose memorial is in Bradford Cathedral
- Monday October 9th: Mary White: A Brontë Love Story
- Monday November 13th: Subject TBC
- Monday December 11th: Christmas Fellowship: Carols, stories, poems, food and fellowship at Christmas
So far this year there have been talks on fostering; leading musical worship at the Lambeth Conference; birds; and holy disorders, with the most recent talks being on Bradford’s Nobel Prize winner Sir Edward Appleton, delivered by Diane Excell, and the Revd Canon Ned Lunn talking about his involvement with arts and faith.
Maggie Myers, who is Director of Education and Visitors at Bradford Cathedral, says:
“Everybody is most welcome to our monthly Monday Fellowship, whether you wish to be a regular participant or just join the meetings from time to time or as a one-off, when the subject interests you.”
Monday Fellowship takes place on the second Monday of every month at 2pm in the de Lacy Centre, Bradford Cathedral. To find out more please visit bradfordcathedral.org.uk/monday-fellowship, e-mail email@example.com, or call the office on 01274 77 77 20 (9am – 2:45pm).