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Following the AKC lecture series, Inside London: The Story of a City in Nine Artworks, the Dean's Office and Chaplaincy at King's College London are delighted to be collaborating with Fourthland and Art + Christianity on a screening of Call to Holy Ground.

Call to Holy Ground is a short film exploring the intersections of belief, sanctuary and nature in parallel to the idea of a trinity:

"The video is a pilgrimage through the elements, with elders and artists, exploring the sacred essence, and the connection with the inner landscape. The work becomes a bridge between faiths, generations, spiritual and ecological practices, bringing together the processes of ‘forming the new scripture’ and the importance of the everyday sacred act, and its role in a larger constellation of acts."

The screening will be followed by a discussion with artist Isik Sayarer, chaired by Laura Moffatt (Director of Art + Christianity).

Free tickets are available via Eventbrite.

Call to Holy Ground will be preceded by a service of Evensong at 5:30pm, sung by the Choir of King's College London, to which attendees are warmly invited.

Venue: College Chapel (King's Building, Strand Campus, King's College London).

Event details


The College Chapel
King's College London Strand London WC2R 2LS