The Winder Lecture
In the year 1647 Thomas Winder, citizen, and grocer of London, instigated a sermon to be preached at the church of St Michael the Archangel on the Sunday nearest to Guy Fawkes Day.
Every year we invite an eminent speaker to address an area of contemporary concern.
This year the Winder lecture is on the 5th November and the speaker will be the Reverend David Bookless (of A Rocha).
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The subject he will be speaking about is entitled:
"Is there any good news for our environment."
Past speakers include
2011 - Andrew Graystone part of the BBC team and media expert
2012 - Ken Costa a city analyst and former director of one of our largest banking groups.
2013 - The Right Revd John Pritchard the then Bishop of Oxford.
2014 - Revd Dr Howard Worsley spoke to us on the subject of "Desert Spirituality".
2015 - Cllr Chris Turrell spoke to us on Developing Communities
2016 - Dr Geoff Lloyd spoke to us on "Who is my neighbour?"