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A retired surveyor from Ordnance Survey, Reader in the Anglican Church, Commissary to the Bishop of Shyogwe Diocese , Rwanda and Canon of Shyogwe Cathedral, married to Mary with two daughters and two granddaughters.
social activist, interfaith worker and father of two, was born in Kanyakumari, South India. He is married to Ruth Subash and he is a founding member of SMART and the Executive Director for Institute for Rural Community Service.
He is chaplain at University of Lincoln
Bob, our Vice-Chairman is Minster in Charge of St Alban the Martyr, Coopersale in Essex. He is the Local advisor for Readers and candidates in the Epping Forest Deanery as well as Treasurer. In his spare time, Bob works for Her Majesty's Revenue and Customs...
Wasantha is from Sri Lanka. He has a background in work for the environment and for development issues. He has worked with World Vision and is now a member of the Pilsdon Community. He lives in West Malling and is responsible for care of the community and the development of the gardens.
Matthew has worked with UNICEF and is now a charity coordinator in Southend on Sea. He is married with three children.
John is an anglican priest living in Wharfedale, Diocese of Leeds. He is also Rural Officer, married to Rita, a school governor, and they have twin daughters, both married with children. John and Rita served overseas in the Church of Bangladesh in an ecumenical appointment and prior to that John served as a Methodist Minister, including as Superintendent. John has served on the Board of Christians Aware since 2002.
Ian is a retired teacher who has worked in Zambia as a teacher at a Secondary Technical School and as a Methodist Mission Partner in the Cape Coast Diocese of Ghana. He now looks after the property of Four Oaks Methodist Church in Sutton Coldfield, has three sons who are married with four grand children. Along with his wife, Diana, he believes passionately in education being the route out of poverty and being free for all
Priest in the Diocese of London, and Director, Interfaith Relations at the Forum for International Relations and Development. Previously, served as advisor to the Bishop of Lahore on Inter Religious Relations. He also worked for the Archbishop of Canterbury and the Anglican Communion on interfaith relations. Rana is married to Moseena with three sons.
Anglican Bishop of Buckingham and author
Former Chairperson of C.A.
Barbara lives in East Anglia and has worked with the Interfaith community in Suffolk for over 20 years.
She has studied Interreligious dialogue at Heythrop College and is married with seven daughters.
Barbara also works in Christian publishing.