A FCSU and Community Studies(STaCS) launch event for Naomi Thompson’s new book ‘Young People & Church since 1900–Engagement & Exclusion’ (2018).
Welcome to the first of the 2018 lecture series curated by new Fellows of the Faiths and Civil Society Unit at Goldsmiths on:
‘Faith and the Future of Civil Society’. Bringing their experience as professionals and practitioners, they critically explore how structures and practices of religion, beliefs and spirituality shape modern life and politics, both in the present and in the future.
Naomi Thompson - Young People and Church – past, present and future. A FCSU and Community Studies(STaCS) launch event for Naomi Thompson’s new book ‘Young People & Church since 1900–Engagement & Exclusion’ (2018). Prof John Wolffe (Open University) will introduce the book’s research context. Naomi will outline her historical and contemporary research, identifying the changing patterns in young people’s engagement with organised Christianity. Andy Turner (Community Studies) will respond, exploring the future relationship between churches, civil society & young people. Naomi is lecturer in Youth & Community Work at Goldsmiths.
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|20 Mar 2018||5:30pm - 7:00pm|
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