Monthly Archives: July 2012

So what are Baptist Churches looking for when searching for a minister?

This piece is based on my friends’ experiences of being on the waiting list (for non-Baptist, this is a list of potential ministers whose names will be sent to Baptist Churches). Their stories of what they encountered as they went … Continue reading

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Black-led Churches agree National Political Mobilisation Plan (Press Release 18 July 2012)

Delegates representing some of Britain’s largest Black-led churches have agreed a plan to radically change the relationship between the Black Church Movement in Britain and the British political process.  Speakers at the meeting in London Tuesday 17 July 2012 included … Continue reading

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Distinctives of African Theology in Britain

African theology has come a long way since its emergence in the African post colonial era of the late 1960s. Back then, its main pre-occupation as articulated in West Africa or Anglo-phone West African countries was the inculturation of Christianity … Continue reading

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Black and Minority Ethnic (BME) presence within British Historic Churches

The phenomenon of Reverse Missions, that is, Africans, Asians and South Americans doing mission in Europe and North America is becoming well documented. PHDs are being written as I write this, books are also being published and careers have been … Continue reading

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