Inclusivity Statement

We seek to be an inclusive congregation, welcoming of both human experience and human diversity. This means we are working towards becoming a place where everyone can find justice, especially those who have been excluded by churches in the past.

We seek to be a place of real welcome for all people of all ages, black people and those of ethnic minority backgrounds, LGBTQI+ people, and disabled people, including those who are physically impaired or neurodivergent, people with learning disabilities, those experiencing mental distress, and those who struggle with belief.

Just as Jesus welcomed everyone, going out to meet them where they were, we want to do the same. We believe that the good news of Jesus is a radical welcome, a great and generous invitation to share in the banquet of God’s creation. And also, a challenge, to this and all generations.