Spectrum is a community for Christians of all denominations who subscribe to our aims to explore their faith. Although we have strong Methodist links we welcome all main line Christians to join or participate so that we can learn from one another in a spirit of love. Spectrum encourages groups and individuals, lay and ministerial, to explore the Christian faith in depth. We welcome open debate to encourage spiritual growth in groups and individuals.
You will find details of the the next Conference from May 20th to May 22nd 2019 at Willersley Castle on the Reflection page along with the booking form that can be downloaded from there. The speakers on “Culture and Communication” are (Bishop of Leeds, Nicholas Baines is not able to attend so we are seeking a replacement) and Rev Dr Gary Hall from Queens Foundation for Theological Training. Note that you may stay in your own accommodation as listed on the Reflection page at a substantial reduction of the fee. The webmaster is not giving away his camping location in case he finds it full of Spectrum attendees!
Plans are well in hand for a future Conference at Willersley Castle in 2020
Following our conferences we produce Study Papers for groups or individuals prepared by the Conference speakers. Past “Explore” Study Papers can be downloaded but the latest Study papers are only available to members currently. Some of the past copies of our magazine “Engage“ can be found on the Theology pages. Members should have received copies recently, if not use “Contact Us” for it to be rectified, assuming your subscription is up to date!
Membership details are on the Community page. The subscription is at least £10 per annum to join and entitles you to our printed material. If you have not updated or paid your subscription you will stop receiving Magazines and printed material. If you believe you should have the printed materials but have not received them please contact Rob Anning by using the Contact Us page as below
Note that the “Contact Us” must not be used for commercial purposes.