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Van Mildert College Trust lecture

(25 January 2019)

Van Mildert College Trust invites you to the Annual Trust lecture, given by The Very Reverend Andrew Tremlett, Dean of Durham Cathedral on Wednesday, 6 February at 6.30pm in the Ustinov Room, Van Mildert College. Dean Tremlett will give this lecture entitled 'Believing without Belonging: What's happening to Christianity in England?' For more information and to reserve a ticket for this event, please contact vm.development@durham.ac.uk.

The dress code for the event is smart casual. A key objective of the Van Mildert College Trust is the promotion of academic excellence, something which the annual lecture furthers every year.

Dean Andrew Tremlett has served as Dean of Durham since July 2016. Before becoming Dean, Dean Tremlett has worked in a variety of locations including Rotterdam, Torquay, Chichester and Bristol. From 2010 to 2016, he was Rector of St Margaret’s Church at Westminster Abbey, where he was responsible for the Abbey’s relationships with Parliament, Whitehall and other faith communities, establishing the Westminster Abbe Institute in 2012. In June 2014 he became Archdeacon of Westminster and Sub-Dean of the Abbey, before being installed as Dean of Durham. Throughout his career he has supported many charitable projects and organisations, in Durham he is the President of the St Cuthbert's Hospice, chairing the Ethics Committee and is the Rector of St Chad's College.

For all queries regarding the Trust lecture, please contact the Development Officer, Liz Ryder, at vm.development@durham.ac.uk

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