Each term, the Centre hosts a series of public lectures featuring distinguished speakers from academia, church and faith communities, politics and public life, and the arts, who address significant issues in the intersection of faith and culture.

Centre lectures usually take place on Mondays at 5pm in the Collier Room, followed by discussion until around 6:15pm.  They are free of charge and open to members of the University and the general public.

The Centre series for Hilary Term 2019, ‘Creative Conversations between Poetry, Theology and Theopoetics’, is being convened by Dr Beth Dodd.