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Inclusive Church is a group of Christians uniting together around our statement of belief:

"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."

Welcoming refugees and asylum seekers

Welcoming refugees and asylum seekers How can we welcome refugees and asylum seekers? A conference to equip individuals, churches and communities to respond practically to the needs of those seeking refuge Salford University. Saturday 19th November 9 a.m. – 4 p.m.

Remembering The Rev'd Stanley Baxter

Remembering a great friend to Inclusive Church The Rev’d Stanley Baxter, The Rev Stanley Baxter former Joint Director of Holy Rood House, Centre for Health and Pastoral Care, with The Centre for the Study of Theology in Thirsk, North Yorkshire died on Sunday 21st August. Stanley was a strong supporter of Inclusive Church, and together with his wife Elizabeth helped create Holy Rood House as a s Read More »

New Roots: A New Resource

New Roots Inclusive Church is working in partnership on a web project called "New Roots”. http://newroots.online It will be a place to find resources (books, sermons, podcasts, videos, articles, blogs, rev Read More »

IC at Greenbelt 2016

Greenbelt. Boughton House, near Kettering: August Inclusive Church is looking forward to being at Greenbelt 26-29 August. Greenbelt is a place where we meet many friends and supporters of Inclusive Church. Each year we have about 750 conversations with people at our stall. The theme of Greenbe Read More »

Engaging with students

SCM Connect Service Launched The Student Christian Movement is excited to announce the launch of SCM Connect – a new online directory where students going to university can search for, and connect to, churches and student groups in their university, city or town. Churches can sign up to become Read More »

A church's journey towards inclusion

Towards Inclusion Revd Nick Bundock shares his church’s journey to being an Inclusive Church, born out of tragic circumstances. Lizzie Lowe took her own life in a forgotten patch of farmland behind the river Mersey on 10 September 2014 while her parents were at a film club ru Read More »

Shared Conversations - What Next?

The Shared Conversations: What next? Why you should write to a bishop now. Supporters of IC will no doubt all be aware that the two-year programme of Shared Conversations on Sexuality, conducted across all the dioceses of the Church of England came Read More »

Manchester Mental Health Event

Mental Health Week Event in Manchester Manchester supports World Mental Health Week With a focus on young people and carers Manchester Cathedral. Saturday 15th October 1.45 – 3.30 p.m. Join us to hear the experiences  of c Read More »

Church of or for the poor?

A church of or just for the poor? The question of how much churches actually include those in poverty, and challenge the forces that create it, was addressed in Inclusive Church's resource on poverty. Church Action on Poverty is currently looking at 'What does it mean to be a church of and for the Read More »

Inclusive Liturgy Researcher

Inclusive Liturgy Researcher St John’s United Reformed Church, Warrington seeks to appoint an Inclusive Liturgy Researcher Salary (self-employed): £400 total given in 4 stages Part time, short term project We are looking for someone:

LGBT Mass

Year of Mercy LGBT Mass LGBT Mass Roman Catholic Diocese of Nottingham Saturday 15th October 3 p.m. St Barnabas Cathedral Nottingham Bishop Patrick will celebrate mass for LGBT Catholics, their families and friends. Please join us afterwards for Read More »