An introduction to Anthroposophy – Robert Chamberlain

Michael House School Presents: A Series of Introductory Talks

An Introduction to Anthroposophy:   Finding Meaning-Building Resistance

Guest Speaker: Robert Chamberlain

Main Hall, MHS

Saturday 4th March

2 – 4 pm (Talk followed by questions and discussion)

Fee: Donation only

Refreshments provided


This is the first in a series of introductory talks based on Rudolf Steiner’s works, there will be four in total covering a period of five months, and the titles will be:

  1. An Introduction to Anthroposophy
  2. An Introduction to Health & Medicine
  3. An Introduction to Biodynamics
  4. An Introduction to Education

We are inviting a guest speaker for each of the talks, and I am delighted to announce that the first talk starting next month will be given by Robert Chamberlain. Many of you will recognise Robert’s name via the Anthroposophical Society in Sheffield, also known as the Sheffield Steiner Group, he was also parent of the school many years ago, and many of you will remember him by the wonderful talk he gave when he opened the Christmas Fayre in 2015.

This is a really positive step for the MH Community and we wish to gather as many people as possible to these events and really support our school, and so we are opening our doors to the immediate and wider Steiner Community, and also the public. It is our intention to offer a portrayal of the knowledge and wisdom behind Steiner and his philosophies, and also to make our school and the ethos behind it known to a wider community.  This is a wonderful opportunity not only for us to have a greater understanding of Rudolf Steiner’s works, given our involvement in his philosophies, but also it is important for us to be able to communicate our understanding of Steiner and his teachings effectively if we are to be deeply rooted in this community.

Please give your support and come and join us, and invite all those you feel might be interested.

For information on this and following talks, and to secure a seat, please contact Helen Osborne 07952660743

IMPORTANT: to secure a seat, and so that we have an idea of numbers, please add your details to the form at reception, or contact me, thank you.


Helen Osborne

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