Rev. Dr David Cornick
David Cornick is a United Reformed Church minister. He is the General Secretary of Churches Together in England, and a Fellow of Robinson College, Cambridge where he directs studies in Theology. He is a church historian with particular interests in the Reformed tradition and the history and theology of ecumenism.
His session ‘Constantine confounded? The reformation radicals and their legacy’ will explore the world of the radicals both on the continent and England in the sixteenth century, outline their influence and consider their contemporary legacy.
Writer, speaker, story-teller, unlicensed historian, applied ranter, freelance information-monger…
Nick Page is the author of over seventy books for adults and children and those who aren't sure. His most recent book is The Dark Night of the Shed – a book about men, midlife, spirituality and sheds. Other books include A Nearly Infallible History of Christianity, the Longest Week trilogy (Kingdom of Fools, The Wrong Messiah, The Longest Week), and The Bible Book.
As well as writing books, he works with a number of campaign groups and NGOs on the grounds that, if you’re going to be a grumpy old man, you might as well get grumpy about something that matters. He is going to be demonstrating his Biblical storytelling skills , giving us some tips and encouraging us to have go. Be prepared for humour, honesty and trying something you might not have done before!
Website: www.nickpage.co.uk Twitter: @NickofEynsham
Baz is Chaplain for Sheffield Eagles & Sheffield Wednesday and Team Director of Sheffield Sports Chaplaincy.
Baz and his wife Linda have been leading a church in Sheffield since 1996. Baz has enjoyed a life-long love of sport and is pleased to be able to combine his passions by being involved with Sheffield Sports Chaplaincy. Sports Chaplaincy is about supporting the whole person in their place of work regardless of their status: each person is as important as another and may at some time need a listening ear or a word of encouragement.
Life at times can throw things our way so that we need to talk to someone outside our organization or club confidentially. The Chaplain is there for the club; a neutral person to discuss things with and provide a listening ear. This neutrality is helpful to the club/organization and to the individual seeking pastoral care.