Cardiff: Summer School on Anglicanism Today: Canon Law, Liturgy and Theology at St Michaels College, Llandaff (23rd June to 18th July 2008)
St Michael’s College, Llandaff
“Anglicanism Today: Canon Law, Liturgy and Theology”
Summer School 2008
23 June to 18 July 2008
St Michael’s College, Llandaff and the Centre for Law and Religion, Cardiff Law School, are organising a Summer School on ‘Anglicanism Today: Canon Law, Liturgy and Theology’ to be held from 23rd June to 18th July 2008 at St Michael’s College, Llandaff (Cardiff, United Kingdom).
This interdisciplinary course explores Anglican identity from the perspectives of law, theology and liturgy and addresses questions that have become urgent in the run-up to the Lambeth Conference 2008.
The Canon Law sessions, which are taught and coordinated by the Centre for Law and Religion, are designed to introduce course participants to the ‘global’ principles of Canon law of the Anglican Communion and the ‘local’ law of the Church of England and other member Churches, seeking to equip the participants with the relevant skills and knowledge to understand their own local Anglican laws and the relationship between their local Church and global Anglicanism.
:: Brochure (pdf)
:: Application form (pdf)
For further details please contact:
The Rev’d Canon Dr Peter Sedgwick
St. Michael’s College
54 Cardiff Road
Cardiff CF5 2YJ
Tel: 029 20563379
Fax: 029 2083 8008