|Upper Room Winter Lectures Are Back at St Saviour's|
Right Revd Graham Tomlin talks about Living Together After Grenfell Tower on 7 March
The 2018 Upper Room Winter Lecture Series is back at St Saviour's Church in Cobbold Road, W12.
On Wednesday 7 March, the Rt Revd Graham Tomlin, Bishop of Kensington, will tackle the topic Living Together after Grenfell Tower. The bishop become a patron of the Upper Room charity a year ago, following the retirement of the Bishop of London.
Matthew Price, chief correspondent on the BBC’s Today programme, will deliver a talk entitled Brief Encounters on the Refugee Trail on 18 April, which he describes as his reflections on the stories of refugees and immigrants who have crossed the Mediterranean.
The final lecture this year, on Wednesday 9 May will be on Current issues relating to Brexit by Chuka Umunna M.P.
Entry to the hour-long lectures is free, but donations are welcome. Places can be booked by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or calling 020 8740 5688.
All the speakers in this annual series have given their time free to support The Upper Room, a charity based at St Saviour which has been been working to help socially disadvantaged people in London since 1990, including homeless people, economic migrants and ex-offenders.
The lectures will take place in St Saviour’s Church, Cobbold Road, W12 9LN, 8pm-9pm. Refreshments will be available from 7.40pm.
February 12, 2018