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Events are open to Fellows and Members of Sion College only.

Edward King, Bishop of Lincoln - A Sion College Seminar Supper with Michael Marshall

Michael Marshall, Hon. Assistant Bishop in London, was the 8th Bishop of Woolwich.  He was educated at Christ's College, Cambridge and trained for the priesthood at Cuddesdon Theological Oxford, being ordained in 1960. His long and impressive career in the Anglican church has seen him hold a variety of posts around the world, from Founding Director of the Anglican Institute in St Louis, Missouri to advisor on Evangelism to the Archbishops of Canterbury and York. Before his retirement in 2007 Bishop Michael was Rector of Holy Trinity Sloane Street (1997–2007). A prolific author, Bishop Michael’s most recent book is Edward King, Teacher, Pastor, Bishop Saint. Those attending this event are invited to order copies of this book at a reduced price of £25 (RRP £35).

The venue for this seminar supper will be the magnificent Apothecaries Hall in the City of London, last visited by Sion College for the Annual Feast in 2015.

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From The President: The Reverend Prebendary Jeremy Crossley to All Fellows of Sion College

The Fellows’ Dinner

Lambeth Palace Library, 15 Lambeth Palace Road, London, SE1 7JT

Thursday 30th September, 2021, 7.00 for 7.45pm

Please note: this event is for Fellows only

On behalf of the Court of Governors of Sion College, it is my great pleasure to invite you to this year’s Fellows’ Dinner, celebrating our life as a collegiate body of priests as we continue to live out the vision of our founder the Reverend Dr Thomas White. The Fellows’ Dinner gives us an opportunity to mark our history, celebrate our fellowship and to launch our programme for the coming year. It has been some years since we were able to hold what used to be an annual event and the Court is looking forward enormously to welcoming you to this evening.

I am delighted that our after-dinner speaker on this occasion will be Sir Simon Jenkins. After graduating from Oxford, Sir Simon had a distinguished career as a journalist which included editing the Evening Standard and The Times as well as being the Political editor of the Economist. Since leaving The Times he has been prolific as an author and commentator as well as serving on the boards of various public bodies and as Chairman of the National Trust. Probably all of us will own at least one of his books.

Naturally, I hope you will be able to join us at Lambeth Palace Library on this occasion, where for the first time we will be able to see the newly opened Library containing our historic collection and enjoy drinks and dinner there. After the last eighteen months, every opportunity to meet in person will be a great treat and I look forward to welcoming you to Lambeth for a lively celebration of Sion College.

Best wishes,

Jeremy Crossley

President, Sion College, 2021-22

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Behind The Times - A Sion College Seminar Supper with Michael Binyon

Michael Binyon has been an editorial writer, columnist and foreign correspondent for The Times since 1971, following stints with the TES, THES and the BBC. For 15 years he was based overseas, reporting from Moscow, Washington, Bonn and Brussels before returning to London as diplomatic editor in 1991 and becoming chief foreign leader writer (editorials) in 2000.

Michael will look at how a national newspaper works. What is news and how should it be treated? How do journalists get their stories? What disasters, mishaps and funny things happen along the way? He will discuss reporting news from overseas, how readers influence the paper and what it is like to work for Rupert Murdoch.

The venue for this seminar supper will be the Savile Club in Mayfair.

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(In)humanity - A Sion College Seminar Supper with Caroline Wyatt

Caroline Wyatt has been reporting on global affairs and war for more than two decades, working as a foreign correspondent based in Germany, France and Russia for 15 years, and reporting from places including Kosovo, Afghanistan, Iraq, Chechnya, Egypt and Israel.

As we approach the Season of Remembrance Caroline Wyatt will be reflecting on her experience of war and peace reporting around the world and on what it has taught her about humanity.

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Truth and Beauty in Science - A Sion College Seminar Supper with the Reverend Professor Robert Gilbert

Rob Gilbert is based at the University of Oxford, where he is Professor of Biophysics within the Nuffield Department of Medicine and Tutor in Biochemistry at Magdalen College. He additionally serves as director of the graduate programmes for his department and for the university's Medical Sciences Division; and as Welfare Dean at Magdalen.

Professor Gilbert will be talking about the nature of truths in science and the search for truthfulness as fundamental to all scientific study, how scientists experience beauty on the way to apprehending truth, and on parallels between scientific and religious practice.

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Disagreement - A Sion College Seminar Supper with Christopher Landau

The Revd Dr Christopher Landau is the author of A Theology of Disagreement: New Testament Ethics for Ecclesial Conflicts, based upon his Oxford DPhil thesis in Christian Ethics begun during training at Ripon College Cuddesdon and completed during his curacy in West Kilburn, London.

A former BBC World Service religious affairs correspondent, he continues to write and broadcast and is a founding trustee of the Religion Media Centre. Attendees can order Christopher’s book at £22.50 a copy (RRP £30).

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