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Our presenters include the following people:

Professor Anthony Reddie

Professor Anthony Reddie

Professor Reddie is the editor of Black Theology: An International Journal. In 2015 he was appointed Professor Extraordinarius in the Department of Philosophy, Practical and Systematic Theology at the University of South Africa. He is also the Director of the Oxford Centre for Religion and Culture and a trustee  of the British and Irish Association for Practical Theology. His latest book                                        is Theologizing Brexit: A Liberationist and Postcolonial Critique, the first                                                      intercultural and postcolonial theological exploration of the Brexit phenomenon. 

Rev Dr Ann Jeffers

Dr Jeffers is a Research Fellow at Roehampton University, and formerly a  Director  of Research at Heythrop College, University of London. She is also a  Tutor on the Congregational Federation’s ministerial training course. She is the  co-editor of a textbook on Gender and Religion and has contributed to The  Encyclopedia of the Bible and its Reception and to Oxford Biblical Studies Online.

 

Rev Suzanne Nockels

Rev Suzanne Nockels

Rev Nockels is the President Elect of the Congregational Federation and the Minister of two Congregational churches in Sheffield. She has a Masters’ degree in Mission (Pioneering) and is a Tutor on the Congregational Federation’s ministerial training course with a particular interest in fresh expressions of church.

 

Rev Dr Alan Argent

 Rev Dr Alan Argent

Dr Argent is Research Fellow at Dr Williams's Library, London, and is a significant expert in the non-conformist and dissident Christian traditions with several important books published on this, including the major work, The Transformation of Congregationalism 1900 - 2000. He is the Minister of Trinity                                             Congregational Church, Brixton and a Tutor on the Congregational                                                               Federation’s ministerial training course.

  Rev Dr Graham Adams

  Dr Adams is a Northern College tutor, one of the ecumenical staff team within      Luther King House. LKH is a federal institution combining on one site, and in a      common teaching programme, what were previously separate Free Church          denominational theological colleges based in Manchester. He is programme        leader for the MA and teaches Mission Studies in the context of global                  Christianity and religious diversity and dialogue. He is the author of Christ and      the Other and a Tutor on the Congregational Federation’s ministerial training.

     Rev Dr Julian Gotobed

     Dr Gotobed is a Senior Lecturer in Ministerial Theology at the University of             Roehampton. He is a member of the Research Group in Theology, Religion             and practice. and a Fellow of the Higher Education Academy. He has                       published several important articles including one on Martin Luther King Jr             'Rediscovering Justice'. He is also an Accredited Minister in the Baptist Union                                             of Great Britain.