As a young man, Roy Clements was a research chemist at Imperial College. Then, sensing the call of God in his life, he… Continue reading
For many years, Dave was a leading figure in the House Church movement. In many ways he was a round peg in a square hole.
So he departed that world and in 1990, he set up Holy… Continue reading
A hearty group of us met at Holland House for the Spring Conference Friday evening activity led by Brian Smith stated with a set of breathing exercises designed to get our lungs working to capacity, sending a good supply of… Continue reading
October’s weekend retreat was entitled Coming Out People. It was led by Barbara Glasson, who is a Methodist Minister heading a community project called Touchstone, in Bradford. She has much experience working alongside small communities… Continue reading
Brenda Harrison, who died in 2010 at the age of 61, had worked tirelessly for the full inclusion of LGBT people in the Anglican Communion through her involvement with Changing Attitude.
Born in the east end of London,… Continue reading
I would like to start by thanking Pam and Jeremy for inviting me to give this first memorial lecture. It is truly an honour. It is very appropriate to have this first lecture the evening before World… Continue reading
It was good to meet once again at Holland House, in the beautiful reaches of the Warwickshire Avon for our biannual conference early in March during which we held our Annual general Meeting.
One of our members,… Continue reading
The Evangelical Fellowship was present at an act of witness at February’s General Synod of the Church of England in London as part of the Lesbian Gay Bisexual and Transgender Anglican Coalition (LGBTAC).
The member groups of… Continue reading
After an introductory session on Friday evening and prayers on Saturday morning, Sharon introduced the
first session by pointing out that many churches do not allow gay couples to join marriage preparation classes and that the equivalent… Continue reading
This Conference was a first for EF in a number of ways – it was the first time we had a joint conference with the group Courage, and it was the first time we had been to… Continue reading