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Ian Mobsby invited to address the Archbishop of Canterbury’s Academic Examination Day, Lambeth Palace

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Ian Mobsby, the Priest in Charge & Missioner of the Moot Community was invited to give a short address at the Archbishop of Canterbury’s Academic Examination Day on Thursday 9th of October, in the Chapel of Lambeth Palace.   The Archbishop has from the middle ages, the right to award post graduate qualifications including PhDs, a practice that was revised in the 19th and 20th Centuries.

The addresses began with a paper from Fr Thomas of the Anglican Benedictine Community of Mirfield drawing on the PhD he has just finished.  Ian Mobsby was invited to give a response drawing on a new monastic perspective.

To read the address click here: A New Monastic Response, Ian Mobsby

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New to Moot Afternoon Tea 13th July 2014

Sunday 13 July 2014 | 4.30pm | St Mary Aldermary

This is an opportunity for those who have recently come across Moot or attended or got involved in the Moot Community now at St Mary Aldermary to meet with Ian the Priest Missioner and a member of the Moot Community to explore what Moot is about and what it is seeking to build at its new home.

As a New Monastic Community focused on developing an Arts, our Host Cafe, contemplative and artistic events, Moot has big dreams.  So this is an opportunity to hear what we are about, what we seek to be, and answer any questions you may have.

Tea, Coffee and a selection of pastries will be available.  Do let us know if you have any specific dietary needs.

We would welcome donations towards the costs of refreshments and materials.  Please book places here.

If you have any questions, please contact us on info@moot.uk.net