‘The End of God’ : Holy Week 2018 : led by Angela Tilby

The Christian faith is in decline in Britain. Surveys in recent years have shown that the majority of the population claim to have no religion. During this Holy Week Angela Tilby addressed some of the reasons for this loss of faith and explored what it might mean for those who persist in believing (or at least in trying to believe). The drama of Holy Week is the back drop for a new exploration of the basics of Christian faith, and a new challenge to take up the Christian life in the confidence that it rings true in the depths and heights of our humanity.


Palm Sunday 25th March

Address  The end of the Road

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Monday 26th March

Address: The end of faith

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Tuesday 27th March

Address: The end of reason

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Wednesday 28th March

Address: The end of freedom

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Maundy Thursday 29th March

Address: The end of humanity

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Good Friday 30th March

Addresses: The empty cross, The crucifix & The eight pointed cross

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Holy Saturday 31st March

Address: The end of time

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Easter Sunday 1st April

Address: The end of ends

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Angela Tilby is a writer, broadcaster and theological educator. After a career in radio and television production she was ordained in 1997. She taught church history and spirituality for the Cambridge Theological Federation and then became vicar of St Benet’s Church in Cambridge. She came to Oxford in 2011 as Diocesan Canon of Christ Church and as Adviser on Ministerial Development. She is a Canon Emeritus of Christ Church and now lives in Portsmouth