Inclusive Church Blog

06/08/2015
disability and mental health
The Church Times reviewed Disability and Mental Health These two small, useful books are written to help parishioners to make their church more inclusive. The stories (in the books) are useful to ground the theology in the real world and they make interesting - although at times rather alarming -...
06/01/2015
st brides liverpool
St Bride's  Liverpool Theology & Modernity Lecture – What’s wrong with the Church of England? Professor Linda Woodhead of Lancaster University will be delivering the next Theology and Modernity Lecture at St Bride’s on Monday 29th June at 6pm.  Refreshments will be served from 5.30pm.  No need...
05/26/2015
michael jagessar
2015 Annual Lecture The 2015 Annual Inclusive Church Lecture will be given by Michael Jagessar. beyond inclusion: un-dressing ‘belonging together’ Michael Jagessar is the author the theological reflection in Ethnicity: The Inclusive Church Resource. Michael Jagessar is a minister of the United...
05/25/2015
greenbelt 2015
Inclusive Church at Greenbelt 2015 "Thank you for being here" This was said to us at Greenbelt last year. The Christian arts festival at Greenbelt is a vital part of our annual calendar. Each year we exhibit in G Source - and have hundreds of conversations with people who are often feeling excluded...
05/25/2015
bob callaghan
From the National Coordinator April and May 2015  have seen Inclusive Church out and about on the road. In April we had a great day event at All Saint’s Keighley in the Diocese of West Yorkshire and the Dales. From the feedback on the day: “Excellent” “Thank you - plenty of food for thought and...
05/25/2015
trevor donnelly
As I see it.... View from a Trustee My daughter's wedding I love my children; I am as proud of them as any father could be.  My eldest daughter is studying medicine in Birmingham University and her relationship with her girlfriend has reached the semi-joking-conversations-about-getting-married...
05/19/2015
vanier masthead
Jean Vanier - Templeton Prize Winner Inclusive Church rejoices that Jean Vanier - co-author with John Swinton of Mental Health - the Inclusive Church Resource has been awarded the 2015 Templeton Prize. John Swinton who nominated Jean Vanier for the award writes: "Vanier talks a lot about belonging...
05/19/2015
accepting evangelicals
The Costly Price of Trust and Confidence By Jayne Ozanne, Director of Accepting Evangelicals. Article written for the Church of England Newspaper Question: Why do leaders resign?  Answer: Because 9 times out of 10 they’ve lost the trust and confidence of those they serve. If you “can’t buy me love...
05/19/2015
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How is it for you? A day with laywomen at Queen’s Foundation Birmingham A report from Inclusive Church Trustee: Sally Barnes More than forty women from across England met at the Queen’s Foundation, Birmingham on Saturday 21 March to share our experiences of and hopes for the Church. At the start of...
05/09/2015
savi hensman
Same Sex Love and The Church Ekklesia is an independent, not-for-profit thinktank which orients its work around the changing role of beliefs, values and faith/non-faith in public life.  We have a track record in producing reports and commentary that is both thought-provoking and transformative. Our...

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