Debate: What a modern place of worship could look like - 13-09-2016
Debate: What a modern place of worship could look like

 

From modern mosques to historic churches, our sacred structures have historically reflected not only our evolving religious practices, but also our advances in art and architecture.

In a series of UK-wide debates, the Baroness Warsi Foundation wants to open a conversation with architects, academics, local communities and practitioners of all faiths to consider what a modern place of worship could look like.

Chaired by Baroness Warsi, our Woking panelists, Dr. Timothy Winter from the University of Cambridge, architect Shahed Saleem, think-tank British Future, the Church of England and Woking Buddhist Centre will explore the opportunities and challenges facing religious architecture in 21st century Britain.

An audience Q&A will follow the panel discussion.

4-6 pm Tuesday 13 September 2016
HG Wells Conference Centre

This a free event. No need to book, places are limited so please arrive early.