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10 Minutes On, the sister podcast of Faith in Politics, reflects on what's going on in the world around us and asks what we as Christians should be doing about it.JPIT team members, Steve T and Dave, reflect on the tragic events in the English channel and how Christians can respond.Check out JPIT's resources on welcoming the stranger here: https://…
 
In the final episode of this series of #PoliticsInThePulpit, David hands over to our new host, Revd Raj Patta. Raj Bharat Patta currently serves as a minister of the Methodist Church in the UK at the United Stockport Circuit. He completed his PhD with a thesis on “Towards a Subaltern Public Theology for India” at the University of Manchester, UK. P…
 
Welcome to Hope is Here, a bonus series of five mini-episodes for each Sunday in Advent! This Advent season, join Revd Dave Hardman, Methodist Team Leader at the Joint Public Issues Team, as he draws out the theme of hope in our Advent readings. Dave has recorded a short reflection for each week of Advent, to accompany the candle-lighting prayers h…
 
Welcome to Hope is Here, a bonus series of five mini-episodes for each Sunday in Advent! This Advent season, join Revd Dave Hardman, Methodist Team Leader at the Joint Public Issues Team, as he draws out the theme of hope in our Advent readings. Dave has recorded a short reflection for each week of Advent, to accompany the candle-lighting prayers h…
 
Welcome to Hope is Here, a bonus series of five mini-episodes for each Sunday in Advent! This Advent season, join Revd Dave Hardman, Methodist Team Leader at the Joint Public Issues Team, as he draws out the theme of hope in our Advent readings. Dave has recorded a short reflection for each week of Advent, to accompany the candle-lighting prayers h…
 
Welcome to Hope is Here, a bonus series of five mini-episodes for each Sunday in Advent! This Advent season, join Revd Dave Hardman, Methodist Team Leader at the Joint Public Issues Team, as he draws out the theme of hope in our Advent readings. Dave has recorded a short reflection for each week of Advent, to accompany the candle-lighting prayers h…
 
Welcome to Hope is Here, a bonus series of five mini-episodes for each Sunday in Advent! This Advent season, join Revd Dave Hardman, Methodist Team Leader at the Joint Public Issues Team, as he draws out the theme of hope in our Advent readings. Dave has recorded a short reflection for each week of Advent, to accompany the candle-lighting prayers h…
 
10 Minutes On, the sister podcast of Faith in Politics, reflects on what's going on in the world around us and asks what we as Christians should be doing about it.JPIT's Paul discusses (for admittedly slightly longer than 10 minutes) the recent MP sleaze scandal. He reflects on whose voices MPs hear and the JPIT value of establishing a society wher…
 
In the penultimate episode of this current series, David chats to Revd Martin Hodson. Martin is the General Director of the Baptist Union of Scotland. After an initial career in industrial management he served as minister of Baptist churches in Aberdeen and Worcester. He initially joined the Baptist Union of Scotland team as Ministry Development Co…
 
A very exciting guest this week, as David chats to Lord Paul Boateng! Paul is a former MP (1987-2005) and Cabinet Minister, and served as Her Majesty’s High Commissioner to South Africa 2005-2010. He is a Methodist lay preacher and a former Vice Moderator in the World Council of Churches. He is Moderator Emeritus of the Bible Societies African Bibl…
 
This week, David chats to Revd Peggy Kabonde. Peggy is a minister with a wealth of experience on justice issues, especially on gender. She is currently serving as a minister with Bradford on Avon United Church, Melksham United Church and Whitely Methodist Church in the Wiltshire United Area. They discuss the lectionary readings for Sunday 7th Novem…
 
This week, David chats to Revd Alex Clare-Young. Alex is a minister in the United Reformed Church and is currently researching the experiences and theological insights of other trans and non-binary Christians. David and Alex discuss the lectionary readings for 24th October: Job 42:1-6, 10-17 Hebrews 7:23-28 Mark 10:46-52…
 
This week, David chats to Revd Emma Nash. Emma is a Baptist Union accredited evangelist seconded to The Methodist Church’s Evangelism and Growth Team. She is also the author of ‘A Pastoral Theology of Childlessness’ which was published by SCM Press earlier this year. David and Emma discuss the lectionary readings for 17th October: Job 38:1-7 (34-41…
 
In this week's episode, David speaks with Revd Grace Thomas about the lectionary readings for Sunday 10th October 2021. Grace is an Anglican priest serving in the parishes of Moss Side and Whalley Range in the Diocese of Manchester. She is also a Diocesan Environment Officer and has published on issues relating to Christian responses to the changin…
 
This week, David sits down (virtually) with Rodney Coker to discuss the lectionary readings for Sunday 3rd October 2021. Rodney is a former JPIT intern, who has a degree in Constitutional Politics, Law & Theory. He has a particular interest in social justice and the intersection of faith and politics, encouraging Christians to make a positive impac…
 
This week, David was in conversation with Revd Fiona Bennett, Minister of Augustine United Church in Edinburgh. An ordained minister since 1996, Fiona has worked in local churches with both the Methodist Church and the Church of Scotland, before being inducted as the minister of AUC in 2009. David and Fiona discuss the lectionary readings for Sunda…
 
To consider the lectionary readings for Sunday 19 September, host David Mayne was in conversation with Bishop Paul Bayes.In 2014, Paul accepted an invitation to be installed as the eighth Bishop of Liverpool, and for the past eight years has been leading the church in Liverpool to share the good news with groups who have been excluded and on the ed…
 
In the last episode of Season 4, join Rodney as he interviews Labour MP Emma Hardy. Emma reflects on the important role faith has played in her political life and the lessons of Covid-19 for society and the Church. Rodney and Lucy muse on the idea of what community truly means and reflect on their favourite interviews within the last year.…
 
New host, David Mayne, talks to Revd Anne Bennett about current issues concerning justice and peace in the UK and around the world. They explore the justice issues emerging from the lectionary readings for 12 September 2021, and how preachers might approach these while preparing to speak at Sunday services. Anne is Team Vicar at The Ascension churc…
 
This week guest host Mollie Pugmire is chatting to Revd David Gregory. Wondering how to preach about COP26, the all-important UN Climate Conference happening in Glasgow this autumn? This week we're excited to welcome guest host Mollie Pugmire, one of the Methodist Church's COP26 Campaigns Workers, to chat about all things COP, climate, and faith. M…
 
In the eighth episode of Season 4, Meg interviews Conservative MP Steve Baker about the influence of his faith on his private and political life, his liberal views and opposition to lockdown. Later Meg and Rodney reflect on Christian libertarianism and what is the role of the law in compelling people in order to achieve Christian aims?…
 
This week Beth is chatting to Revd David Mayne. Beth is moving on from JPIT to become the new chaplain of Regent's Park College, Oxford. We're sad to see her go, but so excited to hand over to a new host of Politics In The Pulpit for the new season: Revd David Mayne! David is a Baptist minister at Shoeburyness & Thorpe Bay Baptist Church and has se…
 
This week Beth is chatting to Revd Ali Boulton.Ali is a practitioner, consultant, researcher in New Housing Engagement. She has been a pioneer Baptist minister living on a new housing estate for over 10 years. She is part of the Fresh Expressions National Core team.Beth and Ali discuss the lectionary readings for Sunday 25th July:2 Samuel 11:1-15Ep…
 
This week Beth is chatting to Revd Andrew Hammond.Andrew is the Chaplain of St John's College, Cambridge. In the past he has been Chaplain of King's College, Cambridge, and has worked in two London parishes and St Paul's Cathedral. Two years ago, he founded HeartEase, an alternative student church.Beth and Andrew discuss the lectionary readings for…
 
This week Beth is chatting to Revd Lucy Berry.Lucy is a performance poet and a minister with United Reformed Church. She's been the poet in residence for the Joint Public Issues Team and has run workshops and performed her poetry all around the UK.Beth and Lucy discuss the lectionary readings for Sunday 11th July:2 Samuel 6:1-5, 12b-19Ephesians 1:3…
 
This week Beth is chatting to Steve Chalke, in a bumper hour-long episode!Steve is the founder of the charity Oasis, who have pioneered sustainable, holistic community development for 35 years. He is a Baptist minister, a canon at Southwark Cathedral, and a former United Nations' Special Adviser on Human Trafficking.Beth and Steve discuss the lecti…
 
This week Beth is chatting to Cassius Francis.Cassius is Transforming Communities Together's Finance Development Worker (CE Diocese of Lichfield) and a minister with the Wesleyan Holiness Church. He is also an advisor and ambassador for the charity Ataloss.org, signposting the bereaved to support.Beth and Cassius discuss the lectionary readings for…
 
This week Beth is chatting to Sue Richardson. Sue is currently the chair of Church Action on Tax Justice, having recently retired from 25 years at Christian Aid as a Theological Education Adviser and Church Relations Officer. She has served as a local councillor and set up local environment action groups. Beth and Sue discuss the lectionary reading…
 
This week Beth is chatting to Revd Dr Michael Jagessar.Michael is the Mission Secretary for Europe for the Council for World Mission, having previously spent 12 years heading up the United Reformed Church (URC)’s Global and Intercultural Ministries.Beth and Michael discuss the lectionary readings for Sunday 13th June:1 Samuel 15:34 - 16:132 Corinth…
 
In the seventh episode of Season 4, Rodney interviews Labour MP Fleur Anderson about being an MP in a pandemic, the radical contribution faith groups can make to politics and her vision of Global Britain. Later Meg and Rodney reflect theologically on what radical living requires and how we can follow the example of the Early Church.…
 
This week on #PoliticsInThePulpit, Beth is chatting to Dr Katie Cross.Katie is a Lecturer in Practical Theology at Aberdeen University, with particular research interests in secularism, trauma and suffering. Her first monograph, The Sunday Assembly and Theologies of Suffering, was published in 2020.Beth and Katie discuss the lectionary readings for…
 
This week on #PoliticsInThePulpit, Beth is chatting to Jude Levermore.Jude is the Head of Mission for the Methodist Church in Britain. She's previously chaired the board at Greenbelt Festivals and spent four years as head of a small NGO working with excluded young people.Beth and Jude discuss the lectionary readings for Sunday 30th May:Isaiah 6:1-8…
 
In this episode, host Beth Allison-Glenny chats to Andy Fitchet.Andy is trained as a Baptist minister, and has experience as a local Councillor and for various charities. He is currently pioneering a new church plant on a new housing development, Picket Twenty, in Andover. He's the Minister at Bridge St and St Andrew's Methodist Churches.Beth and A…
 
In this episode, host Beth Allison-Glenny chats to Simeon Mitchell. Simeon is the interim JPIT Team Leader. He was previously Deputy Team Leader, and has been Secretary for Church and Society for the United Reformed Church since January 2018. His background is in international development and enabling Christians and churches to respond to issues of…
 
In this episode, host Beth Allison-Glenny chats to Archbishop Doye Agama.Archbishop Doyé is a Christian leader within the Pentecostal Holiness and Convergence movements. He is presiding prelate and executive director of Apostolic Pastoral Congress, and is involved with Churches Together in England.Beth and Archbishop Doye discuss the lectionary rea…
 
In the sixth episode of Season 4, Meg interviews Conservative MP Miriam Cates about being a Christian in Westminster, the levelling up agenda and family policy in the UK. Rodney reflects theologically on the levelling up agenda and the role of the church in aiding social cohesion in communities and church-based social action.…
 
In this episode, host Beth Allison-Glenny chats to Kerry Scarlett.Kerry is a Learning & Development Officer for the West Midlands region. She's a Methodist Deacon who was Tutor for the Centre for Ministerial Formation.Beth and Kerry discuss the lectionary readings for Sunday 2nd May:Acts 8:26-401 John 4:7-21John 15:1-8…
 
In this episode, host Beth Allison-Glenny chats to Selina Stone.Selina is a Tutor and Lecturer in Political Theology at at St Mellitus College, and a PhD student at the University of Birmingham researching the impact of Pentecostal theology and ministry on issues of social justice.Beth and Selina discuss the lectionary readings for Sunday 25th Apri…
 
In this episode, host Beth Allison-Glenny chats to Steve Holmes.Steve is Head of the School of Divinity at St Andrews University, and a Senior Lecturer in Theology. He is a Baptist minister on the leadership team of St Andrews Baptist Church. Beth and Steve discuss the lectionary readings for Sunday 4th April, Easter Day:Acts 10:34-43Corinthians 15…
 
In this episode, host Beth Allison-Glenny chats to Tim Haines.Tim is a Pioneer Community Worker with a development charity. He's a community and social services professional with a degree focused in Christian ministry from Spurgeon's College.Beth and Tim discuss the lectionary readings for Sunday 28th March:Isaiah 50:4-9aPhilippians 2:5-11Mark 15:1…
 
In this episode, host Beth Allison-Glenny chats to Helen Paynter. Helen is is the Director of the Centre for the Study of Bible and Violence, and Coordinator of Theological Education at Bristol Baptist College.Beth and Helen discuss the lectionary readings for Sunday 21st March:Jeremiah 31:31-34Hebrews 5:5-10John 12:20-33…
 
Join Meg and Rodney as they interview Labour MP Rachael Maskell. Rachel offers valuable insight into her political career, the role of her faith in politics and the contribution the UK can make by looking globally. Meg and Rodney muse on how looking globally ties in with the phrase 'charity begins at home' and whether it is compatible.…
 
In episode three, host Beth Allison-Glenny chats to Rev Dr Dan Pratt. Dan is founder and antislavery co-ordinator of The Together Free Foundation, and a URC Minister. Beth and Dan discuss the lectionary readings for Sunday 28th February:Exodus 20: 1-17Psalm 191 Corinthians 1: 18-25John 2: 13-22By The Joint Public Issues Team
 
In episode one, host Beth Allison-Glenny chats to Hannah Rich, Senior Researcher at Theos Think Tank. Beth and Hannah discuss the lectionary readings for Sunday 21st February: Genesis 9:8-17Psalm 25:1-101 Peter 3:18-22Mark 1:9-15Hear their conversation about how politics can be explored in the pulpit, and how the themes of justice and peace in the …
 
Join Meg and Rodney as they interview Labour peer, Lord Alf Dubs. Lord Dubs reflects on his personal story as a child refugee, the politicisation of the refugee crisis and the need for the UK to cooperate with other European countries to deal with this crisis. Meg and Rodney later reflect on the role of Christians in responding to the refugee crisi…
 
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