EHA Monthly Meetings at St Luke’s & Other Events
St Luke’s Church, Vicarage Lane, Bowdon Vale WA14 3BN
Page updated: 4th December 2019
Book — Reflexive Self-Consciousness
New revised edition — paperback and ebook — publication date 1st October 2019 — see Melchisedec Press
Exhibition — The Art of Eugene Halliday and Käthe Schuftan
The first exhibition for 60 years of these two remarkable artists who met in Manchester during the Second World War opened on 14th September. Open: 30th November – 2.00pm – 6.00pm – the opening has been extended to Easter 2020 – please contact for details and to arrange other times to visit +44 (0)300 302 1936 (UK local rate) Tan-y-Garth Hall Retreat, Pontfadog, Llangollen LL20 7AS – see website
This exhibition also features as part of the Insiders Outsiders Festival which celebrates refugees from Nazi Europe and their contribution to British culture.
Two new Videos – “Jewish Festivals” and “Book Medley” — click on ‘YouTube’ on the Menu bar above — or click here
Scroll down this page for details of Meetings in 2019 & 2020
Our Monthly Meetings are held at: St Luke’s Church, Vicarage Lane, Bowdon Vale, Altrincham WA14 3BN
Sundays, 2.15pm – 5.00pm Entrance £6.00 including refreshments
8th December – Prose, Poetry, Music, Story-telling – and Food!
19th January – AGM & “Consciousness” – a Talk by Dr Alan Roberts
PLEASE NOTE – CHANGES:– please be aware there may be changes of date throughout the year
Other venues and details are specified with individual Events in the Calendar
Courses at our sister organisation the International Hermeneutic Society (I.H.S.) in North Wales:
See the new IHS-Tan y Garth website For full programme
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20th January 2019
A talk by Hephzibah Yohannan In 1966 Eugene Halliday was “planning a little work … with the title ‘Religion for Idiots’ (‘Idiot’ being Latin for layman)”. This talk is an instalment of an “Idiot's Guide” to Eugene’s own work, a look at some of his basic principles.
"An Idiot's Guide to Eugene Halliday"
Sunday 20th January
2.15pm - 5.00 pm
Entrance £6.00 including refreshments
20th January 2019 –
A talk by Hephzibah Yohannan
In 1966 Eugene Halliday was “planning a little work … with the title ‘Religion for Idiots’ (‘Idiot’ being Latin for layman)”. This talk is an instalment of an “Idiot's Guide” to Eugene’s own work, a look at some of his basic principles.