Speakers in the West Midlands
Al Barrett, Parish Priest and Urban Theologian
People and communities as gifts; Common Ground missional community- residential & non-residential; growing local community from the grassroots
CONTACT: email@example.com; @hodgehillvicar; 07738119210
Helen Stanton, Tutor at Queen’s Foundation for Ecumenical Theological Education
Liberationist approaches to theological issues. Francis of Assisi. St Clare. Mysticism.
Stephen Pattison, Professor of Religion, Ethics and Practice at Birmingham University
Practical Theology; Pastoral Care; Christian Ethics
Joe Aldred, Pentecostal & Multicultural Relations, Churches Together in England
Black theology. Ecumenism. Pentecostalism. Multiculturalism
Martin Newell CP- Passionists and Catholic Workers
Refugees & Asylum Seekers. Catholic social teaching. The Social Gospel.
Shari Brown, Project Coordinator at Restore
Refugees & Asylum Seekers.
CONTACT: 01212360069; firstname.lastname@example.org
Matt Jeziorski, Education and Outreach for Pax Christi
Peace; Nonviolence; Reconciliation
CONTACT: email@example.com; 020 8203 4884
Sister Margaret Walsh, St Chad’s Sanctuary
Refugees & Asylum seekers. The work of St Chad’s Sanctuary.
CONTACT: 01212333127; firstname.lastname@example.org
NOTE: Sister Margaret is often busy and may have to decline the group's invitation.
Jeyan Anketell, Self-Supporting CofE minister; trustee and Member of Council of Modern Church
Jeyan has a PhD in physics, is a voluntary reading assistant and was once a Lichfield City Councillor. He can speak on many subjects relating to physics and/or theology.
John Cooper, Joint Public Issues Team
Church Action on Poverty; End Hunger UK campaign
Jo Henderson-Merrygold, Sheffield Institute for Interdisciplinary Biblical Studies
Hidden Perspectives: Bringing the Bible out of the closet, LGBTQ engagements with the Bible and religion
Action for Children
If you would like a visit from Action for Children, find a local speaker in this list.
Tim Baker, All We Can
International relief and development work as a faith-based movement – biblical and theological reflections on social justice and what we can do about global poverty.
+44 (0) 1977 616828 email@example.com