Big Questions with the Archbishop of Canterbury

25th & 26th September 2021

Big Questions with the Archbishop of Canterbury

Date of event:
25th & 26th September 2021

Time & location of event:

Saturday 25 September
10.00am – Guildford (G Live)
11.45am – Dorking (Dorking Halls)
2.00pm – Leatherhead (St John’s School)
3.30pm – Epsom (Blenheim High School)
5.30pm – Esher (Esher C of E High School)
8.00pm – Egham (St John’s Church)

Sunday 26 September
10.00am – Aldershot (Empire Aldershot)
11.30am – Farnham (More House School)
1.30pm – Godalming (Prior’s Field School)
3.30pm – Woking (Kingfield Stadium)
5.15pm – Surrey Heath (Gordon’s School)

Event organiser:
Diocese of Guildford

Further details:

Join the Archbishop of Canterbury at a Big Questions meeting near you

Justin Welby is visiting the Diocese of Guildford in September and will engage with local communities at a series of Big Questions events.

As Britain emerges from Covid, everyone seems to be asking big questions. How could this have happened? What now? How can we find security when life is so fragile? What should the new normal be like? Does life have any real meaning? What happens when we die? What is my identity? How can we flourish and find happiness?

The Archbishop of Canterbury, Justin Welby, is travelling throughout our area to listen to local people and to help us to tackle some of life’s biggest questions. Do join us.

This is a unique opportunity to put questions to the Archbishop and hear him speak on how to find security and hope in uncertain times. Each event will last one hour.

All are welcome and admission is free, but places are limited and must be booked in advance via this link

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Diocese of Guildford

Church House Guildford
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About the Diocese

Guildford is one of 41 dioceses that cover the whole of England. Our diocese straddles the North Downs, from tiny rural communities to the busy commuter towns, with areas of challenging social deprivation and great affluence. The area covers two-thirds of Surrey (including Egham, Banstead, Dorking and Farnham), parts of North East Hampshire (including Farnborough and Aldershot), one parish each in Sussex, and one in Greater London.

More than a million people live in the Diocese of Guildford and our churches are there for everyone; providing opportunities for young and old to pray, to explore their faith, to access support, to make a positive impact locally and globally, and to observe major life events such as a wedding, christening, confirmation or funeral. Our churches seek to be at the centre of every community, to reach out to those in special need, and to encourage all their members to grow into their full potential as children of God.

The diocese is made up of 159 parishes, with 83 church schools and several hundred social and community projects. The 212 church buildings see more than 25,000 people worshipping on an average Sunday, in addition to many thousands more of all ages who use those buildings or neighbouring church halls on weekdays for church activities and community clubs and meetings.

Each of our parishes is an independent charity, with their own leadership and governance structures, working together under the leadership of the Bishop of Guildford and his team, so as to make the very best use of our resources across the region.

A transforming Church, transforming lives

Our vision as the Diocese of Guildford is to be a Transforming Church, Transforming Lives.