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Previous programmes – Spring 2005

Thursday 13 January
That's "from the start", not "especially creative"!
The thorny issue of original sin will be discussed this week.  As ever, should be a fascinating, thought-provoking and tangent-filled discussion!
6.15pm, Chaplaincy Centre
Friday 25 - Sunday 27 February
RETREAT!
The retreat is the undisputed highlight of the BANG! year.  A weekend away in beautiful countryside for relaxation; discussion on The Lord's Prayer led by Tobie from Bath Abbey; fun, games & randomness plus plenty of cake.
Exact times TBA.  Get those forms in!
Thursday 20 January
Too Flippin' Early!
The timing of exams mean that this is a little early, but we'll be celebrating Pancake Day with a pancake party and Fairtrade pancake toppings.
5.00pm, Chaplaincy Centre
Thursday 3 March
AGM
Exert your voting power as members at the BANG! Annual General Meeting.  Your chance to reflect on the past and shape the future of BANG! and to enjoy some free food too!
6.15pm, Chaplaincy Centre
Thursdays 27 Jan, 3 & 10 Feb
Break for exams and inter-semester break
Thursday 10 March
A woman's place is in the house ... of Bishops?
University Chaplain (and first woman to be ordained in the CofE), Angela Berners-Wilson will be leading our discussion on all issues of women's ordination.
6.15pm, Chaplaincy Centre
Thursday 17 February
Doof, suoirolg doof
The legendary Regressive Meal:  Kicking off with coffee and mints, then onto pudding and main course, before finishing with a starter!
Time and Location TBA
Thursday 17 March
If a squash can make you smile...
Oh yes, it's a Veggietales evening!  The animated adventures of Christian vegetables followed by a discussion on the issues raised.
6.15pm, Chaplaincy Centre
Thursday 24 February
BANG! led event as part of the CU 24/7 prayer week
Plans are still being finalised, but it'll probably be a combination of Compline or Evensong and something fairly alternative.
6.15pm, Chaplaincy Centre