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    CBT Open Day

    Join us online on Saturday 26th November 2023 for a special Open Day event at the Centre for Black Theology. This will be an opportunity to meet tutors and current students, attend a lecture and learn more about the various programmes available at the Centre. Click Image for details and registration link.
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    How to Read the Jamaican New Testament Bible - Crash Course

    Kom mek wi riid! Join this free crash course to learn how to read the Bible in the Jamaican language. The series of three sessions promise to be interactive, fun and informative with opportunities to practice your new skills. Click the image for details and the registration link.
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    Race, Worship and Culture in the African Diaspora

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    Black Theology Forum

    The BTF convenes online once a month, usually on the fourth Thursday during term time, and admission is free. Anyone who identifies as Black and Asian is welcome to attend. This forum is a most important site for the verbal articulation of Black theology in Britain and is recognised as the ‘go-to place’ for a monthly encounter of lively, interactive, intellectual, and practical exploration amongst academics, practitioners, and those interested in, or new to Black theology.
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    Black Theology Forum - April 2022

    The Rise and Demise of Nine-Nights in the African-Caribbean Community. This month, Dr Lloyd Richards, Pastor of River of Life Church tackles questions around Back Pentecostal theologies of death and eschatology.
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    Black Theology Forum Special: After the Flood

    Join an online discussion about the significance of the new film documentary ‘After the Flood’ that aims to be educational and redemptive, addressing the historical neglect of slavery in British Christian history. The film looks at biblical principles for racial reconciliation in our churches today, and a pre-requisite for British churches to confront slavery, necessary to overturn injustices resulting from its legacy.