National, Regional and Local Conferences organised by the Sea of Faith Network (UK)

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We alone create our religion and our faith

Sea of Faith Banbury Day Conference 2011

Marlborough Road Methodist Church, Banbury, 26 November

IN CONVERSATION WITH TONY WINDROSS

Making Religion Accessible

This one-day seminar was led by Tony Windross, author of the book The Thoughtful Guide to Faith and the Why Bother? Leaflets.

It was organised by the North Oxfordshire local Sea of Faith group


Sea of Faith in Oxford Day Conference 2012

Friends Meeting House, Oxford, 10 November

EDUCATION IN GOOD FAITH?

Do Free Schools, Academies and Faith Schools offer to help, or to hinder

the development of children’s life-skills for a just, open and free society?

Richy Thompson, Education campaigner for the British Humanist Association

Allan Hayes, Sea of Faith Network, National Secular Society and the Leicester SACRE

Richard Pring, Professor of Educational Studies in the University of Oxford from 1989 to 2003


Organised by the Oxford local Sea of Faith Group

Sea of Faith in Oxford Day Conference 2011

Friends Meeting House, Oxford, 19 November

REINVENTING RELIGION
The principal speakers were Don Cupitt, Katy Jennison and Mohammad Talib

Organised by the Oxford local Sea of Faith Group

Sea of Faith London Conference 2011

St John's Church, Waterloo Road, London, 26 March

THE LUST FOR CERTAINTY

Speakers: Kenan Malik, David Boulton, Julian Baggini, Mark Vernon

Organised by the North London local Sea of Faith Group

Further details of these and other events can be found on the conference page of the Sea of Faith website

Sea of Faith London Conference 2013

St John's Church, Waterloo Road, London, 21 September

SECULAR RELGION?

Speakers: Don Cupitt, Stephen Bachelor, Richard Holloway

Organised by the North London local Sea of Faith Group

Sea of Faith in Oxford Day Conference 2013

St Michael and All Angels, Marston Road, Oxford

Saturday 23rd November

THE USES AND ABUSES OF RELIGION

Speakers: Anthony Gimpel, Sushma Sahajpal and Mohammed Talib

Exploring the positive and negative contributions the major religions have made in world history:

Religion as something which traps and enslaves;

Religion as inspiration and empowerment;

Religion as community-building and life-enhancing.


Organised by the Oxford local Sea of Faith Group