It is now just over a week until this year’s Scottish Episcopal Institute Lecture is held, and anyone who still wants to register should do so immediately, with the process closing on Thursday this week (22 October).
The Lecture will be given online by Dr Cathy Ross on Thursday next week, and she will discuss ‘Mission and Formation in a Time of Lament and Hope: Reflections after Covid-19’ in what will be the fifth lecture in this annual series.
Registration levels have been higher than in previous years from the start, with a wider than normal audience able to participate because the lecture is online.
The lecture was to have been held at New College in Edinburgh, but like most other annual events was moved to the Zoom online platform, with a live Q&A. Places can be booked via the Eventbrite website, by clicking here https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/mission-and-formation-in-a-time-of-lament-and-hope-tickets-116090296201
Dr Cathy Ross is the Director of Pioneer Mission Leadership Training Centre for CMS (Church Mission Society); and Canon Theologian at Leicester Cathedral. Dr Ross, one of the world’s leading missiologists, is a prolific writer. Her published works include Women with a Mission, Mission in the 21st Century, and Pioneering Spirituality.