Dates for Your Diary


Friday 30 August – Tuesday 3 September 2002, Antwerp, Belgium

The 4th International Tyndale Conference entitled ‘The Reformation in the Low Countries and Beyond: Impact and Identity’ will take place in the mediaeval town of Antwerp. More details about the academic programme, activities and accommodation appear elsewhere in this Journal.

For registration please contact the Tyndale Conference office: Ms Sylvie Van Dun, Lessius Hogeschool, 2 Sint-Andriesstraat, B-2000 Antwerpen, Belgium. Phone: +32 3 2060496 Fax: +32 3 2060497 email: For general conference matters: Mary Clow tel: +44 (0) 207 221 0303 email: For academic programme: Dr Barry Ryan E-mail:

Friday 4 October 2002

Annual Tyndale Lecture at Gloucester Cathedral, 3pm.

A lecture entitled ‘Humanity as Victim: From Tyndale to 2002’ will be given by Chas Raws. It will be followed by evensong and supper. Tickets 11.50. All welcome.

Further details from: David Green, 22 Foss Field, Winstone, Gloucestershire, GL7 7JY. Tel: +44(0)1285 821651.

Thursday 17 October 2002

The Annual Hertford College Tyndale Lecture at the Examination Schools, High Street, Oxford, 5pm.

This year’s lecture entitled ‘Tyndale’s other Hebrew Translations’ will be given by Professor Gerald Hammond and will be followed by drinks in the Principal’s Lodgings, Hertford College (a 5 minute walk from the Examination Schools). All members, friends and their guests are welcome and there is no need to book for this event.

If you require further information please call Charlotte Dewhurst on +44 (0) 1865 316000 (evenings).

NB: Please ensure that you arrive in good time (parking in Oxford can take a while!) as we must start promptly at 5pm to give time for the lecture and the questions before we leave the Examination Schools at 6pm.

Monday 4 November 2002

8th Annual Lambeth Lecture in The Guard Room, Lambeth Palace, London, 6pm.

This year’s lecture entitled ‘Ethics and the national interest – is there a contradiction?’ will be given by the Rt. Hon. Chris Patten, CH, Commissioner for External Relations, European Commission, Brussels and will be followed by dinner at the Novotel (across the road) from 8pm.

Further information about this event is available from Priscilla Frost on +44 (0) 1865 256816 but you should find all the information together with a booking form enclosed with this Journal.

NB: The Lambeth lecture will begin at 6pm NOT 5pm as stated in the last issue of the Journal.

Wednesday 18 December 2002

Annual Carol Service, St Mary Abchurch, Abchurch Lane, London, 12.30pm.

We are delighted that the Reverend Oswald Clarke has kindly invited us to join the City Church of St Mary Abchurch again for carols and readings from Tyndale. The service is a wonderful Christmas experience and a chance to get together for a mince pie and a chat afterwards. Please come along and join us.

Nearest underground stations: Canon Street and Bank.


Friday 24 October to Sunday 26 October 2003

3rd Tyndale Conference, Geneva, Switzerland.

Not for Burning: The life and achievements of the Marian Exiles in 16th century Europe. Speakers: Professor Andrew Pettegree, Director of the St Andrews Reformation Studies Institute, University of St Andrews: Professor David Daniell, Emeritus Professor University College, London: Professor Francis Higman, recently retired director of the Reformation Institute, University of Geneva.

Organisers Valerie Offord email: Judith Munzinger email:

Further details will be announced in the next issue.

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