The Inclusive Church Resource book series is designed for groups to use to gain a greater understanding of the areas of inclusion we focus on. Each book has an introduction, theological reflection, stories from lived experience and a practical resource section. There are also small group study resources which accompany the books, and which are available as free downloads.
There are currently 6 books in the series, but we are in discussions with the publisher DLT about making more:
‘I very much like the idea that the church’s function is not so much about curing as instead about focusing on healing’ – Sue Atkinson – Church Times
‘Seeks to educate, reflect theologically, and to provide practical advice and guidance. This it does rather magnificently’ – Rachel Mann – Church Times
‘The challenge (in this book) is for us to turn our churches into places where everyone is accepted, and that everyone can gain access to’ – Church Times
‘An excellent book. It would be great to find it on sale at the back of every church in the country’ – Robin Gill – Church Times
‘A clear and very useful exposition of what it would mean to be a Church of the Poor’ – Peter Selby – Church Times
‘This little book provides good place to start (discussing ethnicity and the Church)’ – Nick Spencer – Church Times