WYCHWOOD CIRCLE will next meet on December 4th with guest speaker the Reverend Dr David Nixon who has written a book entitled: Stories from the Street: A Theology of Homelessness.
After a very successful event in October with articulate academic authors to entertain and guide us – not to say overwhelm us with their multimedia professionalism! – we return to the library for a more intimate discussion.
Wychwood Circle begin their new season with a visit from not one but two illustrious Oxfordshire authors at Milton Village Hall on Sunday October 2nd at 7pm. Andrew Briggs, Professor of Nanomaterials at Oxford University, and Roger Wagner the Oxfordshire artist and painter will give an illustrated talk to introduce a discussion on their newly…
On June 5th, the Wychwood Circle turn their attention to this big issue on anyone’s radar: whether climate change matters, and if so what we should do about it – both as citizens who vote and as individuals with our daily lifestyle choices.
Wychwood Circle are delighted to announce the forthcoming visit to the Wychwoods of Canon Angela Tilby and her very topical choice of title: Can there be a theology of wealth creation?
People all around West Oxfordshire will not want to miss out on a visit from Dr John Bell of the Iona Community (and well known to Radio 4’s Thought for the Day audiences).
Wychwood Circle are delighted to present Professor Mark Williams, well-known author and recently retired Director of the Oxford Mindfulness Centre.