Choral Contemplation

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‘Justice and Judgement’

Sundays at 6pm in the Chapel

Somerville Chapel is a non-denominational and inclusive space. Every Sunday evening during term we host a speaker who gives a short talk accompanied by readings and music from the Somerville College Choir. These events are free and open to the public – all are very warmly welcomed to attend. The programme for this term’s talks is entitled ‘Justice and Judgement’, and includes the following speakers:

1st Week, Sunday 22nd April

Dr Brian McMahon (Somerville)

Judge Not, Lest ye be Judged: Exploring the Relationship between Religion and Civic Justice”

2nd Week, Sunday 29th April

Joint event with the Somerville and St Bennet’s Christian Union

3rd Week, Sunday 6th May

Peggy Morgan (Mansfield)

What you Sow, you will Reap: A Buddhist Conception of Justice

4th Week, Sunday 13th May

Dr Eleanor McLaughlin (Regent’s Park)

Human Judgement and God’s Justice”

5th Week, Sunday 20th May

Chris Sloggett (National Secular Society)

“Promoting and Defending One Law For All: A Secular Understanding of Justice

6th Week, Sunday 27th May


Joint event with the Margaret Thatcher Scholarship Trust

7th Week, Sunday 3rd June

Professor Almut Suerbaum (Somerville)

Beyond Despair: Medieval Mystics and the Abyss

8th Week, Sunday 10th June

Leavers’ Service