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Norwich Diocese: Diocesan Day Conference on Gender, Inclusion and Transgender People
8th October 2016 @ 10:00 am - 3:00 pm
How ‘Gender Aware’ is your church? This Diocesan Day aims to help us consider issues of inclusion, the place of transgender people in the Church and the broader issue of gender and its implications for Christian communities. This day is with the Rev’d Canon Rosie Harper and the Rev’d Dr Christina Beardsley.
The Rev’d Canon Rosie Harper is a member of General Synod, vicar of Great Missenden, chaplain to the Bishop of Buckingham. She writes for The Guardian and is a co-author of a forthcoming volume.
The Rev’d Dr Christina Beardsley is Head of Multi-faith Chaplaincy at Chelsea & Westminster Hospital, London. Tina is a member of Sibyls – A Christian Spirituality Group for Transgender People. She wrote The Transsexual Person Is My Neighbour: Pastoral Guidelines for Christian Clergy, Pastors And Congregations, published by the Gender Trust, is the author of Unutterable Love (Lutterworth, 2009) and is currently co-editing a book about transgender people’s theology, This Is My Body: Hearing the Theology of Transgender Christians.
Read more and for booking details on the Diocese of Norwich’s website here