March news from the Scottish Episcopal Institute

March 3, 2021

The latest edition of the Scottish Episcopal Institute newsletter is a bumper spring special running to a full ten pages.

Included in the contents are details of three new student-led initiatives, a day in the life account of an SEI member of staff, introductions to three guests who will be attending the March Residential Weekend, a focus on diversity and inclusion at the 2021 Staff Conference, and a feature on the resurgence of interest in the Ministry of the Diaconate within the Scottish Episcopal Church. And much more!

The March 2021 edition of the newsletter can be found here.

Meanwhile, the latest part in the SEI’s Acting Like a Christian discussion series hosted  takes place on Monday 8 March.

For five Monday evenings in Lent, the SEI’s Director of Studies, the Rev Dr Michael Hull, leads discussion on Christian behaviour, to identify what place Christian principles have in the public square, and to develop some facility to apply such principles to contemporary ethical questions.

On Monday 8 March, 7pm–8pm, the third of the five evenings, participants will consider ‘How is love to guide Christian behaviour (Titus 2.11–15)?’

For more information, and to register, click here.