Inclusive Church Blog

10/23/2019
  The WAVE for change gathering on the 21st September was an event seeking to change the conversation around learning disabilities and inclusion. People from a variety of walks of life and with and without learning disability attended, including people local to Muswell Hill in London. The ethos of...
10/10/2019
  Should same sex couples be able to marry in church?  How can the church respond to the climate emergency?  How do we equip the church for the challenges of mission and ministry in the 21st Century?  Do you ever find yourself asking these questions?  And do you ever wonder who in the church has...
09/06/2019
  When I was about 6 years old I remember playing by the closed kitchen door hearing my aunt tell her sister (my mother) that her husband hit her. I knew I wasn’t supposed to hear and so I kept it to myself. But it registered with me as a bad, bad thing. I never trusted – or liked – that uncle...
07/23/2019
  When I discovered my little girl had learning disabilities I felt so lonely and isolated. As she grew up I became increasingly aware of the number of barriers – the education system, people’s attitudes, my own lack of confidence and wish to withdraw – that were resulting in her, like others with...
06/14/2019
  It is with sadness that we have to inform members and supporters that Cheryl Nimz has had to resign from her post as she and her husband Mike are moving back to Canada. Cheryl was the administrator/PA to the National Coordinator and did a brilliant job responding to emails, doing church admin and...
06/14/2019
  “Take heed, dear Friends, to the promptings of love and truth in your hearts. Trust them as the leadings of God whose Light shows us our darkness and brings us to new life." This is the first advice given to the Religious Society of Friends (Quakers) in Britain in our book of Advices and Queries...
06/12/2019
Inclusive Church is holding its Annual General Meeting on Tuesday the 9th July at 7pm at Southwark Cathedral. All members and supporters are invited. If you are a member, you can also vote in the motions brought forward. If you want to attend the AGM, please book your ticket here. Please find below...
05/16/2019
  Ever since I was asked to write this post, I have been struggling, feeling like a fraud. Compared to so many bisexual Christians, I have never once struggled, with my orientation or my faith. I have never once thought that being bi was a big deal, or worth mentioning. I knew I could love men as...
05/13/2019
  Just scrolling through the tweets on the hashtag #BecauseofRHE is enough to give a flavour of the impact and legacy of writer Rachel Held Evans, who died last week following a sudden illness. Obituaries in the Washington Post, the New Yorker plus numerous tweets from the likes of Bishop Michael...
04/11/2019
  There’s a Monty Python sketch in the film ‘The Meaning of Life’ which sums up pretty well how self-conscious I feel about coming out as a bisexual man, in my forties, in a fulfilled and happy monogamous marriage to a woman. As the song ‘Every Sperm is Sacred’ ends, the scene cuts to a middle-aged...

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