- Location: Gloucester Cathedral
- Address: 12 College Green, Gloucester, Glos, GL1 2LX
- Start date: 17th May 2021
- End date: 17th May 2021
- Times: 5.30pm Online
- Entry fee: Free, book online
- Event status: https://schema.org/EventScheduled
How does a scientist and a theologian engage with some of the big questions raised by the pandemic? What have we been learning about what it means to be ‘led by the science’ and the vulnerability of humans to the natural world? Where is God in all of this?
Revd Professor David Wilkinson reflects on God and the Pandemic in this year’s Michael Perham University and Cathedral Lecture which goes online on
Monday 17 May at 5.30pm.
The Michael Perham University and Cathedral Lecture series is named in commemoration of Michael Perham who, as well as being Bishop of Gloucester, was Pro-Chancellor of the University of Gloucestershire for many years.
The lecture will be introduced by the Rt Rev Rachel Treweek, Bishop of Gloucester, and followed by a short Q&A session.