The first Cambridge Centre for Christianity Worldwide (CCCW) CCCW’s residential Summer Institute on “World Christianity and Global Challenges” is open for applications. Held between 18-22 July 2022 in Cambridge, England, CWM General Secretary, Rev. Dr Jooseop Keum will be delivering the keynote address on this year’s theme “Grief, Resilience, and Hope amid the Pandemic”.
Organised in collaboration with Theological Education in the Anglican Communion (TEAC) and Rose Castle Foundation (RCF), it welcomes theological students, educators, researchers and Christians interested in learning about Christianity in other parts of God’s world to take this special opportunity to listen to, and have conversations with a range of speakers, mentors and supporters as they focus on the pandemic’s impact on churches, local and global communities, and consider how to respond and work together to create better societies built on care, compassion and justice.
Successful applicants will participate in workshops where they can listen to one another’s stories of grief, resilience of hope and faith, and biblical and theological insights, and learn about “Action at Home” projects. Besides worshipping and eating together daily, they can look forward to special events, seeing the Centre’s renowned library and archives, and discovering the joys of Cambridge.
Those interested can apply by mailing the completed application form by Thursday 14 April 2022.
For more info, please download this flyer and visit https://www.cccw.cam.ac.uk/summer-institute/summer-institute-2022/