Richard Reddie

Richard Reddie

From our Guest bloggers

Richard is Project Director for the Churches Together in England's initiative to mark the bicentenary of the 1807 Abolition of the Slave Trade Act. Previously he was Education Policy Officer for Race on the Agenda. He has a BA in Caribbean studies and Spanish, and an MA in information management.

Dave Walker

Dave Walker

From our Guest bloggers

Dave Walker is a cartoonist, providing regular insightful reflections in The Church Times.

Pádraig Ó Tuama

Pádraig Ó Tuama

From our Guest bloggers

A poet, theologian and group conflict worker based in Belfast, Pádraig's poetry is published by Canterbury Press. Audio, links and more information can be found his website, http://www.intheshelter.com .

Viv Faull

Viv Faull, Dean of York Cathedral

From our Guest bloggers

Viv is Dean of York Cathedral

Joanna Manning

Joanna Manning, National Development Lead, Substance Misuse

From our Programme staff

Gamal Fahnbulleh

Gamal Fahnbulleh

From our Guest bloggers

Gamal is a journalist and presenter of ITV Daybreak.

Sam Donoghue

Sam Donoghue

From our Guest bloggers

Sam works for the Diocese of London supporting and resourcing those who work with children. He is also the co-editor of Childrenswork Magazine, a national publication for church children’s workers.

Anthony Clarke

Anthony Clarke

From our Guest bloggers

Anthony is a Baptist minister and tutorial fellow in pastoral studies and community learning at Regent’s Park College in Oxford.

Mo Baldwin

Mo Baldwin, Church Partnerships Communications Manager

From our Church team

Mo works with churches in the creation of worship resources to encourage involvement in prayer, campaigning and action, for and with children and young people.

Kerry Boffin

Kerry Boffin, Project Worker

From our Programme staff

Kerry supports children, young people and families in the West Midlands who are destitute or at risk of destitution due to their immigration status. She provides practical and emotional support support to ensure they have access to essentials they need such as accommodation, food, toiletries, education, legal advice and financial support.

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