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Finding God in Thin Places

by Michael Ford last modified 03 Sep, 2019 03:23 PM

What does a cowshed in Somerset, a tiny Dorset chapel and the Holy Sepulchre in Jerusalem have in common?

Finding God in Thin Places

Original photo by Ian Capper

That's the question the Dorset Police Chaplain left with the William Temple association in advance of talking to them next month.

The Revd Simon Evans, Vicar of St. Thomas' Church, Ensbury Park, Bournemouth, who is also Chaplain to Dorset Police and Anglican Ecumenical Officer for Dorset, is talking to the Bournemouth branch of the Association on Monday 7th October.

The title of this talk:
'There is Something Special about This Place - Finding God in Thin Places'.

The Association meets at the Marsham Court Hotel, Bournemouth. The meeting starts at 8.10pm but beforehand there is Eucharist starting at 6.10pm and then dinner at 7.00pm.

So if you want to know how a Somerset cowshed, a tiny Dorset chapel and the Holy Sepulchre are linked, go along and find out.

Looking further ahead the Association's next talk is on Monday 4th November and will be given by Dr Margaret Barker, Temple Studies Group. Her subject will be 'The Jerusalem Temple as the Plan of Creation'.

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