Virtus Lectures overview

The Virtus Lectures at Ealing Abbey aim to promote conversation, dialogue and conflict resolution

The theme of the lectures for 2017-2018 will be “Spirituality as Social Activism“.

Our Eminent speakers include William Bloom, “Spirituality as Social Activism”

Sheikh Mohammad Shomali, “From Xenophobia & Fear to Collaboration & Friendship”

Judith Hemming, ” Constellation Work as a form as a form of Social Activism”

Venerable Amaro Bhikku (Abbot, Amaravati Buddhist Monastery, “The Good Heart and Social Action”

Arlene Audergon & Jean-Claude Audergon, Processwork UK , Awareness in a Divided World: Linking spirituality, psychology and social action, to take accountability for history and to shape a different future”

Prof Andrew Samuels, Jungian Analyst, “The Political Psyche”

Dr Andrew Harvey, OneSpirit Interfaith New York, “The marriage between mysticism and activism”

The lectures take place on a monthly basis at 7.30pm in the Abbey Church.

Virtus lectures pique our learning in vital and risky issues for our society; oppression, bullying, abuse, privilege, rank, altered states.

23 August 2017