Book Launch and Discussion of ‘Nourishing Mission: Theological Settings’

You are warmly invited to join the book launch and discussion of Nourishing Mission: Theological Settings, by Graham Kings. Published by Brill, 2022.

To be held on Wednesday 16 February 2022, 4.00-5.30 pm (GMT), in person at Westminster College, Cambridge, and on Zoom.

Chair: Dr Jenny Leith, Dean of Studies, Cambridge Centre for Christianity Worldwide.

To register, and receive the Zoom link, please contact:

Rachel Simonson, Centre Coordinator, email: centre[at]


Rt Revd Prof Joseph Galgalo, Assistant Bishop All Saints Cathedral Diocese, Kenya and former Vice Chancellor of St Paul’s University, Limuru for ten years.

Prof Kirsteen Kim, Professor of World Christianity, Fuller Theological Seminary, USA, and an Editor of the Brill series, ‘Theology and Mission in World Christianity’.

Prof David Ford, Emeritus Regius Professor of Divinity, University of Cambridge.

Revd Dr Muthuraj Swamy, Director, Cambridge Centre for Christianity Worldwide.

Nourishing Mission contains theological treasures that show the intriguing coherence of an unfolding vision. Earthed in the ministry of a priest, missionary, academic theologian, and well-travelled bishop, the five settings – Kenya, Cambridge, Islington, Sherborne and Lambeth – mingle art, poetry and archives with theology, history and spirituality. Memorable scenes include a Kenyan liturgy on the environment and Bishop Gitari’s preaching, the drama of worship on the streets of London, a Deuteronomic prequel to the Prodigal Son, flashes from the lives of Henry Martyn and Stephen Harding, the birth of South Sudan and the historic dialogue of John Stott and Basil Meeking.

Rt Revd Dr Graham Kings, Assistant Bishop in the Diocese of Ely, and Research Associate at the Cambridge Centre for Christianity Worldwide, founded the CCCW in 1996.

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