- About IC
- Joining IC
- Diocesan Ambassadors
- IC 10th Anniversary
- Black & Minority Ethnic
- Mental Health
- Women in the Church
- Young Inclusive Church
- National Coordinator
A movement of inspiration and hope in the Anglican Communion, seeking to bring together and strengthen lay and ordained people who recognize the positive, inclusive and joyful currents in the Catholic tradition of Christianity.
We are an open network of Evangelical Christians who believe the time has come to move towards the acceptance of faithful, loving same-sex partnerships at every level of church life, and the development of a positive Christian ethic for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people.
Courage is a UK-based, not for profit, evangelical Christian ministry, founded in 1988 for Gay and lesbian Christians who are seeking a safe place of friendship in which to reconcile their faith and sexuality and grow towards Christian maturity.
The Christian arts festival takes place at Cheltenham racecourse each year - over the last bank holiday weekend. Inclusive Church take part in Greenbelt in the G-Source space.
Lesbian & Gay Christian Movement.
Challenging homophobia. Creating an Inclusive Church
LGB&T Coalition .
The Anglican Coalition is here to provide UK based Christian LGB&T organisations with opportunities to create resources for the Anglican community and to develop a shared voice for the full acceptance of LGBT people in the Anglican Communion.
No Anglican Covenant
Progressive Christianity Network
works to promote and support open and contemporary Christian understanding. We provide a network of local groups across the country, publish a radical quarterly newsletter, and organise regular conferences and events. Members come from all denominations, and we enjoy links with other progressive Christian movements around the world.
The Society of Catholic Priests
(SCP) is a growing society of men and women serving as Priests throughout the Anglican Communion. The society is seeking to promote priestly spirituality and Catholic Evangelism. It has a membership of over 600 priests, divided into international Provinces and Diocesan Chapters. In line with Catholic principles we are in full communion with our Diocesan Bishops. The Society has chapters in the UK and Europe, North America and Australia.
Time to Change
The Church of England’s mental health group and Revd Eva McIntyre have teamed up with Time to Change to create a pack for churches, providing ideas and resources for churches to plan worship on the theme of mental health.