Remember This: A conversation with the Archbishop

REMEMBER THIS…
A CONVERSATION WITH THE ARCHBISHOP
11TH NOVEMBER 2023

As part of an afternoon of reflective conversation about bereavement and grief, we are delighted to be invited to discuss our experiences of grief with Justin Welby, Archbishop of Canterbury, whose own daughter Johanna died in a car crash in 1983.

We are not religious, so the role of faith and spirituality may well be an interesting counterpoint to the way belief systems have an impact on our grief, and by extension those who we are close to.

This is a FREE live ‘in person’ event happening at the Alumni Auditorium at the University of Exeter (UK), but you do need to book a ticket as numbers are very limited.

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