We are very fortunate to have John Wyatt with us in Clevedon on Sunday 3rd March 2019. I thought it would be really helpful to provide an opportunity for us to look at the subject of death and dying from a biblical perspective but also with someone who could help us with some of the ethical dilemmas that we face in our pastoral care or in our own families.
We would like to invite members of your congregation or group to join us for the seminar afternoon at 2.30pm. It would be helpful to know how many people are coming so please could you book your places with Kelly Croxton – firstname.lastname@example.org
I’ve personally found John’s latest book really helpful and we would love to see you with us on the Sunday afternoon.
Clevedon Baptist Church
John Wyatt is Emeritus Professor of Neonatal Paediatrics, University College London and a Senior Researcher at the Faraday Institute, Cambridge University. His background is as a paediatrician caring for sick and premature infants and as a medical scientist researching into the prevention of brain injury in newborn babies.
He has a long-standing interest in ethical dilemmas raised by advances in medical technology and has frequently engaged in public and professional consultations and debates from the perspective of the Christian faith. His book Matters of Life and Death – human dilemmas in the light of the Christian faith has been translated into more than 10 languages. His most recent book is Dying Well, published by IVP.
John is chair of the Kirby Laing Institute for Christian Ethics and President of the Christian Medical Fellowship. He is lead for the clinical ethics network at University College London Hospitals and a member of the Ethics Advisory Committee of the Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health. He and his wife Celia are longstanding members of All Souls Church in London.