Lecture: One of my horses could preach as well as the curate! - Postponed
Time and Location
About The Event
This lecture by James Evans, author of Emigrants: Why the English Sailed to the New World, considers the
state of the clergy in England at the time and the establishment of new faith communities.
This lecture is part of a series of Mayflower 400 lectures organied by the Rotherhithe and Bermondsey Local History Society. There will be six lectures plus a guided walk taking place during the summer and autumn months of 2020. They will bring together a group of well-known and highly regarded authors who have written about The Mayflower, the Leiden Congregation and the settlement of the people who became known as 'the pilgrims' in Plymouth Massachusetts.
The evenings will be based in Rotherhithe, the home port and final resting place of the ship and her master and, although organised by the Rotherhithe & Bermondsey Local History Society, they will be open to everyone at minimal admission fees. The talks will provide an unmissable opportunity to discover the secrets of the ship, her background, voyage and legacy, and to compare the themes and issues of 400 years ago with those in the world of today.
Booking essential at: www.rbhistory.org.uk or 020 8692 4446. Only £3 (members free) including a glass of wine at the interval.
Sponsored by London Borough of Southwark, United St. Saviours and British Land.