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"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."

Gender and Poverty Book Reviews

Inclusive Church Resource Books – Reviews The whole of the 6 book series has now been reviewed in the Church Times. Poverty and Gender were reviewed on 14th August. Poverty, reviewed by Peter Selby, former Bishop of Worcester. Inclusive Churc Read More »

Weston Pride

Weston-Super-Mare Pride 2015 Inclusive Church will be at Weston-Super-Mare Pride 2015 with a stall and acting as 'chaplains' to the event. This is as a result of the intiative shown by our amb Read More »

'Beyond Gays in the Church'

The Birkbeck Institute for the Humanities: Beyond ‘Gays in the Church’: New Approaches to the Histories of Christianity and Same-Sex Desire 25 - 26 September 2015 Gordon Square, London Speakers will include: Read More »

Disability Conference 2015

Living on the Edge A partnership conference between St Martin in the Fields and Inclusive Church   Saturday 17 October 2015   1030 am - 4.30 pm St Martin in the Fields, Trafalgar Square, London   How do we respond when we find ourselves excluded?  A day exploring how disabled people are finding new ways to use their experience of exclusion to improve un Read More »

IC Statement on Jeremy Timm

Inclusive Church Trustee to be disciplined by Archbishop of York At our recent Annual General Meeting, Jeremy Timm became a trustee of Inclusive Church, filling the seat reserved for a Changing Attitude nominee, which had been vacated earlier in the year by Keith Sharpe. Read More »

Inclusive Worcester?

Inclusive Worcester. Saturday 24th October 10-4 A day event for those in or around the Diocese of Worcester. As well as an opport Read More »

Ethnicity Book Review

Ethnicity Book Review The following book review of Ethnicity: The Inclusive Chuch Resource, from the Church Times, 24th July 2015 Ethnicity, part of a series of Inclusive Church Resource books, is shorter than Biggar’s, (also reviewed: Read More »

As I See It

As I see it.... View from a Trustee Living in interesting times! I have had a fascinating month.   I begin with an apology.  In the last Newsletter I mentioned Bishop Mark Sowerby of Horsham resigning as a member of "The Society," a Read More »

Worcester and Coventry Events

Inclusive Church – Events in Dioceses of Worcester and Coventry Everybody Welcome? Wednesday 23rd September 7-9.30 p.m. An Inclusive Church taster event for those in or near to the Diocese of Coventry. This taster event will start with a curry m Read More »

Professor John Hull

Professor John Hull It is with great sadness that we learned of the death of Professor John Hull. Following a serious fall at home,   John died peacefully in the early hours of Tuesday morning (28th July). John has been a great friend to Inclusive Church over Read More »

Membership of Inclusive Church

Are you a member of Inclusive Church? Who is a member of Inclusive Church? You may think that you are – but it is likely that you aren’t. When Inclusive Church began in 2003 as an on-line petition, many of us (myself included) signed up thinking Read More »


SIBYLS LONDON EVENING MEETINGS The Sibyls: A Christian Spirituality Group for Transgender People NEXT MEETING:  13 AUGUST 2015 5:30 p.m. at St Anne’s Church, Dean Street Read More »

Greenbelt 2015

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 Read More »