In this frank conversation we hear from two ministers who contributed to the recently-published ‘The Book of Queer Prophets‘. They give an honest account of the vulnerabilities and risks of ministry that form the background to their stories told in the book, as well as exploring ways in which a queer theology and perspective can serve a church that is ‘transitioning’.
Karl Rutlidge is a Methodist Minister in Kingston-upon-Thames.
Jarel Robinson-Brown is an Associate Chaplain at Kings College, London and a postgraduate student at St Mellitus.
Emma Pavey is Communications and Resources Officer at the Susanna Wesley Foundation.
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