What draws us to faith… and why do we stick with it?
Is it because we’ve always done it or does the explanation change as we change?
Is it about logic or community? Ideas or relationships?
The season of Lent is a good time to ask questions of ourselves - and how we are living the days we are given. On Sundays at St Luke’s we will be hosting a series of special guests who will join us for our 11am service and each will address the same subject 'Why I Am A Christian… and How’.
We’ve invited people to explore what attracts them to faith and why they stick with it… as well as the habits they’ve found which help them to develop their spirituality as the years pass.
Contributors include the author Chine McDonald from Christian Aid (March 10th), Rev Rose Hudson-Wilkin, chaplain to the Speaker of the House of Commons and to the Queen (March 17th), Rev Lucy Winkett, Rector of St James Picadilly, (March 24th) Padraig O’Tuama, poet and leader of Corrymeela, Ireland’s oldest peace and reconciliation organisation (March 31st) and Rev Pete Broadbent, Bishop of Willesden and acting Bishop of Stepney (April 7th).