Following on its successful programme, Windows on Medieval Devotion, Bristol Cathedral is running a new programme of lectures titled Windows on the Reformation.
This year marks a significant anniversary. In October 1517 Martin Luther published his 95 Theses and unleashed a debate that led to reformation and seismic change in Christendom.
This programme of lectures will not only explore ideas of Reformation but will immerse the audiences in Reformation liturgy and music. We will not only hear about the change, we will see and hear it.
Tuesday 6 June, The English Reformation, The Very Revd Dr David Hoyle, Dean of Bristol
Tuesday 13 June, The New Liturgy, including a 1549 mass, The Very Revd Dr David Hoyle, Dean of Bristol
Tuesday 20 June, The New Music, Mark Lee, Master of the Choristers and Organist
Tuesday 27 June, Luther, The Very Revd Dr David Hoyle, Dean of Bristol
All sessions begin at 6pm in the Chapter House. All are welcome
Tickets are 4 per session, or 10 for the whole programme.
The New Music on 20 June includes a service. Admission to this is free.
Book tickets through Bristol Cathedral website.