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Listen to conversations between theologians, ministers, practitioners, artists and more around our annual themes that include flourishing, embodied faith and crafting hope. Intro/outro music by Joseph McDade
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In this podcast episode, part of a mini-series on death, dying and afterlife, guest host Lia Shimada is joined by: The Revd Dr Alex Wimberly Ruth Jampel who talk about practices around death in their community, reflecting particularly on the impact of COVID. Find out more about the participants here. You can also find a transcript of this episode a…
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In this podcast episode, part of a mini-series on death, dying and afterlife, Emma Pavey is joined by: The Revd Prof June Boyce-Tillman who offers her own personal and unique perspective on death and the afterlife, and how this impacts her practice as an Anglican priest. Find out more about June here. You can also find a transcript of this episode …
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In this conversation, part of a mini-series on death, dying and afterlife, Emma Pavey is joined by: Poppy Mardall, Funeral Director and Founder of Poppy's Funerals; and The Revd John Lampard, Methodist Minister, who researches death and disposal practices. Find out more about the guests and download a discussion guide for the episode here. You can …
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In this conversation, part of our Crafting Hope series, Emma Pavey is joined by: Prof Clare Watkins, Professor of Christian Faith and Practice at the University of Roehampton; and The Revd Simon Sutcliffe, Learning and Development Officer for the Methodist Church. Find out more about the guests and download a discussion guide for the episode here. …
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In this conversation, part of our Crafting Hope series, Emma Pavey is joined by: Gauri Taylor Nayar, Director of the Cardiff Methodist Community Choir; and Rachel Griffiths, Participative Theatre Maker, working with communities facing injustice. Find out more about the guests and download a discussion guide for the episode here. You can also find a…
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In this conversation, part of our Crafting Hope series, Emma Pavey is joined by: James Carver is the Youth President of the Methodist Church; and James Blackhall is a Lay Worker and Local Preacher as well as working for an interfaith charity facilitating education events for Christians. Find out more about the guests and download a discussion guide…
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In this conversation, part of our Crafting Hope series and the third in our trilogy of episodes around the climate emergency, Emma Pavey is joined by: Dr Elin Kelsey, a leading spokesperson, scholar and educator in the area of evidence-based hope; Abhay Singh Sachal, Canadian Gen Z climate activist, founder of Break the Divide, and advisor for Fait…
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In this conversation, part of our Crafting Hope series, Emma Pavey is joined by Dr Elin Kelsey, a leading spokesperson, scholar and educator in the area of evidence-based hope, and Dr Steven van den Heuvel, Associate Professor of Systematic Theology at Evangelische Theologische Faculteit & Director of the Institute of Leadership and Social Ethics. …
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In this conversation, part of our Crafting Hope series, Emma Pavey is joined by Hannah Fremont-Brown, Campaigns and Church Engagement Officer at the Joint Public Issues Team (JPIT) and Dr Steven van den Heuvel, Associate Professor of Systematic Theology at Evangelische Theologische Faculteit & Director of the Institute of Leadership and Social Ethi…
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In this episode, the Revd Trey Hall, Director of Evangelism and Growth at the Methodist Church, and Gavin Mart, a pioneer Minister and PhD student at the University of Roehampton, to talk with SWF host Emma Pavey about running - long distance running in particular - and embodied faith.Kirjoittanut Susanna Wesley Foundation
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SWF host Emma Pavey is joined by the Revd Luke Larner, Priest-in-Charge at St Andrews, St Albans, and DTh student at the University of Roehampton, and the Revd Farai Mapamula, Methodist Minister in Birmingham, to talk about class, race, solidarity and social justice.Kirjoittanut Susanna Wesley Foundation
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In this episode we welcome guest host Dr Harvey Kwiyani, a Malawian theologian based in Britain who is CEO of Global Connections and Director of Missio Africanus. He joins Dr Sheila Akomiah-Conteh, a Ghanaian scholar living in Scotland who works in statistical analysis for Brendan Research and Christ Theological College, and Dr Naar M'fundisi-Hollo…
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We welcomed Rev Dr Thomas Jay Oord, theologian/author, Director of both a doctoral program at Northwind Theological Seminary, USA, and the Center for Open and Relational Theology, and the Rev'd Morna Simpson, Rector of the Yardley Hastings Benefice, Peterborough, to talk with Emma Pavey about their photography practice and how it intersects with th…
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SWF host Emma Pavey chats with Dr Nick Mayhew Smith, author and Deputy Head of Southlands College at the University of Roehampton, and former Methodist Church Youth President Phoebe Parkin about creation care, climate justice and their faith as fellow creatures. This episode was recorded in 2021, part of the 'Embodied Faith' series. Biographical de…
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SWF host Emma Pavey welcomes Cristina Gangemi, Director of The Kairos Forum, a consultancy for cognitively and intellectually disabled people, and Jessica Dalton, a DTh student at the University of Roehampton and a Development Officer with the Methodist Church, to discuss experiences of church during lockdown, what this can teach us about access an…
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SWF host Sue Miller welcomes Fiona MacMillan, Chair of the Disability Advisory Group at St Martin-in-the-Fields, London, and the Revd Rachel Noel, vicar at St James Church in Pokesdown, Dorset, for a conversation about neurodiversity and disability in the church before lockdown, during lockdown and moving forwards. This episode was recorded in 2020…
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This conversation welcomes Father Jarel Robinson-Brown, Assistant Curate at St Botolph-without-Aldgate and Holy Trinity Minories, London, and the Revd Dr Karl Rutlidge, a Methodist Minister in Kingston-upon-Thames, and is hosted by SWF's Emma Pavey. We talk about Jarel and Karl's contributions to the book 'The Book of Queer Prophets', the cost of m…
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In this conversation, Dr Justin Thacker, former Director of Church Action for Tax Justice, and Lucy Zwolinska, former Community Development Worker for the Methodist Church who works for the Gateshead Poverty Truth Commission, talk with Emma Pavey about their work around poverty and building relationships. This episode was recorded in 2020 as part o…
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