Speakers in Yorkshire
Rachel Muers, Senior Lecturer in Christian Studies, University of Leeds
Modern Christian thought; feminism, gender and theology; theological ethics, especially intergenerational responsibility and environment; Quaker theology
Keith Hebden, Priest, Activist, Author of 'Seeking Justice', Director of UTU
Liberation Theology; Theological Reflection; Community Organising; Christian Anarchism; Activism
Noel Moules, Teacher, Author, Speaker, Activist for peace, justice and deep ecology, Founder and Director of ‘Workshop’ Christian Learning Programme
Christian Animism; Jesus and Wild Nature; Shalom: the peace where contemplatives and activists meet; Christian Anarchy; Relating to other faiths
Al McFadyen, Senior Lecturer in Systematic Theology, University of Leeds
Christian doctrine in relation to modern thought and practice, focussed on humanity and sin, and practically on policing, terrorism, torture.
Dan Ingram-Brown, Childrens’ author, theatre director, playwright
Involved in arts events in the city, Big Bookend Festival chair
Matt Jeziorski, Education and Outreach for Pax Christi
Peace; Nonviolence; Reconciliation
CONTACT: firstname.lastname@example.org; 020 8203 4884
Helen Reid, Director of Leeds Churches Institute. PhD in Peace Studies
Speaks on 'Being Christian in a diverse and unequal city'. Expert on engaging with and working with different faiths
CONTACT: 0113 391 7928; email@example.com
Ed Carlisle, Together for Peace
Together for Peace is a community development charity in South Leeds- Beeston; More engaged politics; expansive, integrated theologies for politics and social action
CONTACT: firstname.lastname@example.org; 07738 921 277
Matt Ward, Anglican Chaplain to the University of Leeds and Leeds Beckett
Matt is writing a PhD on belonging, church and Christian students
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.
Nick Waterfield, Church Action on Poverty
Church Action on Poverty; UK 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