When: 24 May 2021, 5:00 pm - 7 pm
Speaker: Stuart Piggin
The Charles Perry Lecture is an opportunity to honour the first Anglican Bishop of Melbourne focusing on the area of church history, with a particular emphasis on Melbourne. This year we are delighted to have noted historian Dr Stuart Piggin speak on his experience of writing his recent two-volume work ‘Evangelical Christians in Australian History’.
This year’s lecture will be preceded by a book launch of two of Stuart’s books: Attending to the National Soul: Evangelical Christians in Australian History 1914 – 2014 and Harry Goodhew: Archbishop, Godly Radical, Dynamic Anglican. Peter Corney will be launching both books, with an opportunity afterwards to purchase signed copies.
|Name||Charles Perry Lecture|
|Date||24 May 2021|
|Time||5:00 pm – 7 pm|
Please note: this event will not be live-streamed. However, the event will be audio-recorded. If you would like to receive a recording of the lecture, please register for the event.
|5:00 pm||Predinner snacks and Book Launch|
|5:45 pm||Charles Perry Annual Lecture. ‘On Writing the History of the Evangelical Experience in Australia: Serendipities and Slip-ups’ – Dr Stuart Piggin|