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We don’t accept that we are.
Ekklesia was set up by Jonathan Bartley in 2002, out of his experience of a theological training course (Workshop) which introduced him to the Radical Reformation tradition and which produced a major
No. Its co-directors happen to be Anglicans (C of E and Scottish Episcopal Church), but of a dissenting type! And Ekklesia as an organisation has no formal denominational links of any kind.
We don’t think it is the proper business of governing authorities to run religious bodies, and we don’t think it is the proper role of faith communities to sanction states by pronouncing divine bl
Yes. But these words are often greatly misunderstood and misapplied.
Neither and both. We persistently try to question both labels, which are often deployed in a simplistic and polarising way.
The Greek word ekklesia refers to a people's assembly within the public square.
Yes. We are part of the Christian mainstream in all its intriguing - and sometimes frustrating - diversity!
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