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Friday 5th August 202207:00Godpod tackles some killer questions - Online

Part of the T.rex: The Killer Question exhibition on at Peterborough Cathedral.

GodPod tackles some of your killer dinosaur related questions!

GodPod is a regular podcast from St Mellitus College. Theologians Graham Tomlin, Mike Lloyd, Jane Williams, and the occasional guest speaker get together to discuss burning issues of God, theology, life, and much more.

In this special episode the three main contributors, Graham Tomlin, Mike Lloyd and Jane Williams will be joined by Canon Steve Benoy of Peterborough Cathedral to chew over some of the questions raised by visitors to T.rex: The Killer Question.

Catch the podcast

Podcast is available free at sptc.htb.org/godpod anytime from 5th August onwards.

 

Tuesday 16th August 202219:00Basic and Foundation Safeguarding Training

Lesley Dale will be providing Basic and Foundation Safeguarding Training for those who cannot complete this course online, which will take place at St Mary’s Church Whittlebury.

There is no need to book on this event but you will need to let Sharon know via email: Sharon.Welbourne@peterborough-diocese.org.uk you attended to receive a certificate.

Tuesday 23rd August 202219:30The Killer Question: What's Really Happening to our Planet?

Part of the T.rex: The Killer Question exhibition on at Peterborough Cathedral.

Tony Juniper, Chair of Natural England, offers a fresh perspective on how we can reverse the damage to our planet.

Tony Juniper, Chair of Natural England and author of What’s Really Happening to Our Planet will review the current state of the planet and the way in which our unchecked human activity could change the world forever. Drawing on insights from globally respected scientists, states people, cultural leaders and thinkers, he will offer fresh perspectives on how we can begin to reverse the damage. 

The talk will be hosted by Dr Pete Brotherton, Director of Science and Climate Change at Natural England and Environmmental Officer for the Diocese of Peterborough. It will be followed by questions from the audience. 

Tickets available here: £10 per person + booking fee. Includes a glass of wine or soft drink during the evening.

Saturday 27th August 202210:00Thorney Abbey Flower Festival

After a delay of two years the Thorney Abbey Flower Festival is back with a theme of "What an Achievement!"

Each day the festival will be open from 10am till 4pm at Whittlesey Road, Thorney, PE6 0QA.

Stalls to include books, bric-a-brac, and produce as well as adult and children's tombola, raffle and refreshments.

Entrance is Free.

Sunday 28th August 202210:00Thorney Abbey Flower Festival

After a delay of two years the Thorney Abbey Flower Festival is back with a theme of "What an Achievement!"

Each day the festival will be open from 10am till 4pm at Whittlesey Road, Thorney, PE6 0QA.

Stalls to include books, bric-a-brac, and produce as well as adult and children's tombola, raffle and refreshments.

Entrance is Free.

Monday 29th August 202210:00Thorney Abbey Flower Festival

After a delay of two years the Thorney Abbey Flower Festival is back with a theme of "What an Achievement!"

Each day the festival will be open from 10am till 4pm at Whittlesey Road, Thorney, PE6 0QA.

Stalls to include books, bric-a-brac, and produce as well as adult and children's tombola, raffle and refreshments.

Entrance is Free.

Tuesday 30th August 202219:30The Killer Question: In the Beginning God created...the Dino

Part of the T.rex: The Killer Question exhibition on at Peterborough Cathedral.

How big is God? The Revd Canon Andy Bryant, Canon for Mission and Pastoral Care at Norwich Cathedral, explores the huge questions raised by the discovery of dinosaurs​.

The Revd Canon Andy Bryant, Canon for Mission and Pastoral Care at Norwich Cathedral, explores the huge questions raised by the discovery of dinosaurs, creatures who lived before human life existed, so long ago that we can hardly imagine it. But how do we expand our thinking to encompass such a vast perspective of space and time? What kind of God creates on such a scale and in such detail, and what does this tell us about where human beings fit in?

These are topics that Andy Bryant has given much thought to, inspired by Dippy the Dinosaur’s visit to Norwich Cathedral during 2021. 

The talk will be followed by questions from the audience. 

Tickets available here:  £10 per person + booking fee. Includes a glass of wine or soft drink during the evening.

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