Millennium lectures coming up which might be of interest if you are anywhere near Amersham.
Reflection on an authentic language of the Spirit, by Harvey Gillman, Tuesday June 29. 8 pm. St Michael and All Angels, Amersham on the Hill.
What do we mean by religion and spirituality? What do we mean by truth in a community of faith? How far can language embody meaning? How can communication lead to communion? These themes will be explored in relation to a world of conflicting understandings of truth. Harvey comes to this topic paradoxically as one who finds meaning in ambiguous poetry, revelation in music and depth in silence.
Harvey Gillman was outreach secretary for British Quakers for 18 years. He writes and lectures on spirituality, language and how we can use difference compassionately and with integrity. His books include: A Light that is Shining, an introductory book on British Quakers; A Minority of One; and Consider the Blackbird.