"We believe in inclusive Church - church which does not discriminate, on any level, on grounds of economic power, gender, mental health, physical ability, race or sexuality. We believe in Church which welcomes and serves all people in the name of Jesus Christ; which is scripturally faithful; which seeks to proclaim the Gospel afresh for each generation; and which, in the power of the Holy Spirit, allows all people to grasp how wide and long and high and deep is the love of Jesus Christ."
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RT @DanBarnesDavies: My wonderful college, @Westcott_House, is flying the pride flag for @LGBTHM. Ju...
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http://www.sparkequip.org/#!gender-reconciliation-training/cnmc Gender Workshop needs men. Intereste...
Living on the EdgeLiving on the Edge: Disability Conference It felt like a watershed moment, a new chapter in the disabled Christian movement. Sixty delegates, the majority with lived experience of disability. Twelve speakers, each with their own perspective on disability and the Christian church Read More »
Are there any TEC friends in this page who could organise posting a packet of TEC lapel pins which c...
General Synod UpdateGeneral Synod Update In November Inclusive Church was at the first meeting of the new Church of England General Synod. Having worked with our partners to get over 80 ‘inclusive’ candidates elected, the real work began as Synod convened again. It was great to see some of our newly elected ca Read More »
RT @TrevorDonnelly: Please leave a review on the @c_of_e Facebook page to express how you feel about...
Wake Up!Wakey Wakey Of course I always do what my trustees tell me, well sometimes. So when Dan Barnes Davies, IC trustee currently training for ordination at Westcott House told me to read Dave Tomlinson’s ‘How to be a bad Christian’ I have obediently obeyed. Read More »
Last November the 4 PCCs of our rural Benefice unanimously agreed to join IC. Today a couple who re...
http://www.stmaryswaterloopark.co.uk/# IC looking forward to being at St Mary's on Sunday. In the ar...
Unwanted?Unwanted? In churches across the country, it will soon be time to get the crib figures out. There will be kings, donkeys, shepherds, Mary and Joseph and of course a baby. Sylvia Sands in her poem Advent Absentee reminds us that we never see the innkeeper in any of these crib scenes. It Read More »
National Coordinator in Lycra!National Coordinator in lycra for Sport Relief On Saturday 19th March Bob Callaghan, National Coordinator of Inclusive Church will be taking part in a Spinathon as part of this year’s Sport Relief. The event is being organised in partnership with Sainsbury’s, one of the official sponsors of Sport Relief. In the
Accessible BibleAccessible Bible Information about a project to produce an accessible Bible was available at the Disability Conference in October. At Biblica (previously known as the International Bible Society) we know that many people face a number of barriers to reading and understanding the Bible. In the UK alone Read More »
Sibyls London MeetingsSIBYLS LONDON EVENING MEETINGS NEXT MEETING: 11 FEBRUARY 2016 6:00 p.m. at St Anne’s Church, Dean Street, Soho. Meet on the Second Thursday of every second month for a Service at St Anne’s Church, followed by a meal together   Read More »
Research RequestResearch Request Inclusive Church has been contacted by a student at York St John’s University who is engaged in research exploring how non-heterosexual Christians experience religion. The research is ultimately open to learning more about this often contested issu Read More »
Annual Lecture 2016Annual Lecture July 2016 The Inclusive Church Annual Lecture and AGM will take place at Liverpool Cathedral on Wednesday 13th July. Loretta Minghella, CEO of Christian Aid will deliver the 4th Inclusive Church Lecture. It would be great t Read More »
http://www.inclusive-church.org/news/conversation-giles-goddard The New Year is coming - January eve...