A Conversation@theRRC with the Revd Peter Barham
Why is there this link between Anglican clergy and steam engines? Is it something profound about steam power being the only power humanity has only ever used for good? Is it something about order and mechanisms which can been seen and understood? Or does anyone who travels by train know more about faith, patience and waiting, than someone who jumps in a car?
Peter has been a railway enthusiast since his youth, has travelled every British passenger line (twice), edits the Great Eastern Railway Journal, and fills Ponteland church hall regularly for an evening of railway films. As part of his studies for a Certificate in Railway Studies at the University of York he has done besttramadolonlinestore.com some research into the development of tourism in Durham, Hexham and along Hadrian’s Wall – when the railways bought the people to explore. He was asked for a photo of himself with a steam engine, but his wife commented that he always has the camera …
When: Tuesday 16th September 2014, 6.00-7.30pm
Where: Church House, St John’s Terrace, North Shields, NE29 6HS
All are welcome. Attending Conversations@theRRC is FREE for Religious Resources Centre members. Non-members will be charged £5 per session. Places and parking are restricted and must be reserved prior to the event. To make a reservation please contact the RRC before the 16th September on 0191 375 0586 or via the contact form below