A hundred years of Anglican experience to be told in Church House lecture

This year's Ecclesiastical Law Society Lecture will mark the centenary of the Church Assembly and will be given at Church House, Leeds on February 6, by Bishop Colin Buchanan.

The Church Assembly became the General Synod in 1970 and Bishop Colin's talk is entitled: The Transferable Vote – a Hundred Years of Anglican Experience.

There will be refreshments at 5pm and the Lecture is to start at 5.30pm. There is no charge, and the lecture is open to all, whether members of the Society or not, but it is necessary to book in advance.

In order to book, consult the Ecclesiastical Law Society website and go to its Events page, or contact Bishop Colin at cobdleeds [at] btinternet.com.

Colin Buchanan, an honorary assistant bishop in Leeds diocese, was for 29 years a member of the General Synod of the Church of England (elected by the transferable vote); he was honorary president of the Electoral Reform Society in the years 2005-12, and has published on electoral reform.

While he writes and speaks as a committed Christian, his lecture will be respectful of of people of other religions or none, and they are warmly invited to come.


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