Sacred Spaces: History, Mission and Church Architecture
Wednesday 15th March 2017: 10.00am - 4.00pm
Churches, Chapels and Cathedrals are amongst the most precious resources we have: they house rich art and architectural resources, and their walls are infused with prayer. Led by an art and architectural historian who is training for the priesthood, and exploring examples of ancient and modern sacred spaces in relation to practical advice on caring for and being inspired by Christian buildings, this study day combines specialised tours of some of Cambridge's finest holy places with intensive focus on sacred architectural practice and theory and how it relates to mission in contemporary contexts.
The study day costs £35 per person and includes lunch, teas and coffees.