WTA Programme for 2022-23

3 October 2022

The Work of Blandford CARES

Mr Michael Hearn

Co-founder of Blandford CARES

7 November 2022

Seventh Day Adventists

Pastor Lazlo Liebhardt

Bournemouth & Winchester Seventh Day Adventist Churches


5 December 2022

The Bible and Welcoming the Stranger

Dr. Jayme Reeves

Director of Academic Development & Tutor in Biblical Studies, Sarum College


9 January 2023

Be Still and Know that I am God” – the Path of Christian Meditation

Rosalind Stockley

Chair of The World Community for Christian Meditation in the UK & Regional Co-ordinator for Dorset


6 February 2023

The Work of the MARS Trust

Mr Nick Ellis

Chief Executive Officer of the MARS Trust


6 March 2023

God, the Universe and Us

Reverend Dr. David Wheeler

Assistant Priest at St. Thomas’s Ensbury Park


3 April 2023

Dorset 2030- a Vision for Solving the Climate Crisis

Mr Mark Chivers

Co-founder & Director of Zero Carbon Dorset


8 May 2022

To be confirmed

The Right Reverend Stephen Lake

Bishop of Salisbury




Programme for 2021-22

11 October 2021- Shades of Grey in a Post-Truth World

Mr Dudley Coates Vice- President of the Methodist Conference 2006-7

1 November 2021- The Work of Christian Aid

Mr Robert Pearce Christian Aid Staff Member 1978-2010

and Mr Tom Sanders Retired School Teacher

6 December 2021- One God? Jews and the Trinity Taboo

Rabbi Mark Solomon Interfaith Consultant for Liberal Judaism, Leo Baeck College

10 January 2022- The Climate Crisis and its Solutions; Where next after COP26?

Mr Mark Chivers Volunteer National Coordinator UK: The Climate Reality Project Europe

and Co-founder & Project Lead: Zero Carbon Dorset

7 February 2022- Pilgrimage

The Right Reverend Karen Gorham Bishop of Sherborne

7 March 2022- ‘Head and Heart’.  Ignatian spirituality and discernment

Father Paul Keys St. Catherine’s Church Wimborne

4 April 2022- The Work of Moorlands College

The Reverend Dr. David Hilborn Principal of Moorlands College

9 May 2022- To be confirmed

The Right Reverend Debbie Sellin  Bishop of Southampton

Programme of Talks May 2019- October 2020

7th October 2019  

THERE IS SOMETHING SPECIAL ABOUT THIS PLACE – FINDING GOD IN THIN PLACES

The Revd Simon Evans

Vicar of  St Thomas’ Church Ensbury Park 

Chaplain to Dorset Police 

Anglican Ecumenical Officer for Dorset  

4th November 2019

THE JERUSALEM TEMPLE AS THE PLAN OF CREATION

Dr Margaret Barker

Temple Studies Group

2nd December 2019

THE THEOLOGY AND MISSION OF THE SALVATION ARMY

Andrew Wileman

Deputy Director, Older People’s Services

Salvation Army

6th January 2020

BEFRIENDING AGE? – EXPLORING A REFRAMING OF THE SOCIAL, THEOLOGICAL AND POLITICAL DIMENSIONS OF AGE

The Revd Canon Professor James Woodward Ph.D

Principal Sarum College

3rd February 2020

LOVE, SEX AND POWER

Jayne Ozanne

 LGBT evangelical and campaigner

Director Ozanne Foundation

2nd March 2020

MINISTRY TO VICTIMS- FORGIVENESS, HEALING AND ‘CHESED’

Revd Dr David Wheeler

St Thomas’ Church  Ensbury Park Bournemouth

6th April 2020

SON OF JOSEPH?  SON OF GOD?

Dr  David Catchpole

Emeritus Professor of Theological Studies

University of Exeter

11th May 2020 AGM

GETTING READY FOR LAMBETH

The Right Reverend Nicholas Holtam 

Bishop of Salisbury 

THE BOURNEMOUTH WILLIAM TEMPLE ASSOCIATION about us

THE BOURNEMOUTH WILLIAM TEMPLE ASSOCIATION

PRESIDENTS

THE BISHOP OF WINCHESTER

THE BISHOP OF SALISBURY

CHAIRMAN     Mr John Newbold

CHAPLAIN  The Revd Inglis Mayo

The William Temple Association is primarily an Anglican society aiming to bring together Christians of different denominations  who wish to learn and understand more about their faith and its application to contemporary issues.

These aims are achieved by meeting for talks, stimulating discussion and study, as well as for Christian fellowship.

                 Further details can be obtained from the Chairman

Mr  John Newbold

37 Dunkeld Road  Bournemouth BH3 7EW

Tel 01202 761749

email : jjnewbold@btinternet.com

Or from the secretary

Mrs Katherine Evans

16 Namu Road  Bournemouth BH9 2QU

Tel 01202 546240

email : chair@williamtemple.org .uk