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New National Coordinator for Inclusive Church

From the Inclusive Church website

New National Coordinator Appointed

The trustees of Inclusive Church are pleased to announce that Ruth Wilde will be the next National Coordinator.

Ruth Wilde comes to us from the Student Christian Movement, where she has been the Faith in Action Project Worker since 2015. Her job at SCM involves running workshops, events and campaigns for students and student groups all over the country.

Ruth is a Quaker and attends Selly Oak Quaker Meeting in Birmingham, but she also regularly attends an ecumenical Peacemeal house group, which she set up with friends. She is an associate tutor at Woodbrooke Quaker Study Centre, down the road from where she lives. She has also recently completed a Graduate Diploma in Theology at the Queenโ€™s Foundation in Birmingham and is hoping to do an MA in the same subject next year.

Ruth has taken part in all manner of social justice activities, including Citizens UK and Christian Peacemaker Teams. She has also been involved in LGBT+ campaigning in the Church of England as a trustee with Changing Attitude (now part of OneBodyOneFaith).

In her spare time, she likes playing the piano, cuddling her cat Daisy, and walking in the countryside with her wife Ellie. She can also sometimes be spotted at Derby County football matches with her Dad!

Speaking about her appointment, Ruth says:
โ€œI am really excited to start the job with Inclusive Church. I am thrilled to have been appointed and look forward to this new challenge. It will be hard to fill Bob’s shoes, as he has done such an incredible job in his seven years as IC National Coordinator- it is the beginning of a new era! I hope that I can be attentive to the supporters and members of Inclusive Church and that we can move forward in a positive direction together.โ€

Ruth takes up her post on January 1st 2018.

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RPNewark
RPNewark
2 years ago

I think the last word should read 2018.

Susannah Clark
2 years ago

“In her spare time, she likes playing the piano, cuddling her cat Daisy, and walking in the countryside with her wife Ellie.”

Doesn’t it make you long for the equivalent appointments and marital acknowledgments in the Church of England?

This sounds like a good appointment and I hope Ruth flourishes in her new role.

Father David
Father David
2 years ago

Walking and supporting Derby County FC – make that woman a bishop!

Laurie Roberts
Laurie Roberts
2 years ago

What a tremendous appointment !

Well done.

Andy Macqueen
Andy Macqueen
2 years ago

Unless she’s going to be the new Dr Who, Ruth will probably take up her post on January 1st 201*8*.

Simon Sarmiento
2 years ago

Date error now fixed. ๐Ÿ™‚

Laurence Cunnington
Laurence Cunnington
2 years ago

Congratulations, Ruth!

claire jenkins
claire jenkins
2 years ago

A fiery woman with a mission which she will bring to Inclusive Church brilliant appointment and well done Ruth. Clairejxx

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