Blog Authors

Adrian Alker

Adrian Alker

Adrian Alker was vicar of St Marks Broomhill, Sheffield for 20 yrs and subsequently Director for Mission Resourcing in the Diocese of Leeds

John Churcher

John Churcher

John Churcher is a retired Methodist Minister and former Chair of PCN Britain

Dave Coaker

Dave Coaker

Dave is the editor of our quarterly magazine, Progressive Voices.

Ray Eveleigh

Ray Eveleigh

Ray is founder of Cornflakes Theology, a progressive Christian group near Driffield.

Frank Godfrey

Frank Godfrey

Retired Methodist minister with a yen for the frontier.

Richard Holdsworth

Richard Holdsworth

Richard Holdsworth was born in Yorkshire and lives near Philadelphia, USA.

Harry Houldsworth

Harry Houldsworth

Harry is a PCN Britain member and also a member of St Mark’s Centre for Radical Christianity

Brian McLaren

Brian McLaren

Author, speaker, activist, and networker among innovative Christian leaders

Katharine Sarah Moody

Katharine Sarah Moody

A writer and researcher interested in the relationships between continental philosophy, radical theology and emerging Christianity.

Andrew Parker

Andrew Parker

Andrew publishes cartoons on his website http://www.bibleincartoons.co.uk/.

Fred Plumer

Fred Plumer

President of The Center for Progressive Christianity, in the US.

Peter Rollins

Peter Rollins

Peter Rollins is a provocative writer, philosopher, storyteller and public speaker

Neil Russell

Neil Russell

After ministry in the Lincoln Diocese, Neil is now retired and lives in Teesdale

Richard Tetlow

Richard Tetlow

Richard is a clergyman with a particular interest in interfaith friendships.

Andy Vivian

Andy Vivian

Andy is a former journalist and former administrator of PCN Britain

Ian Wallis

Ian Wallis

​Ian Wallis is vicar of St Mark’s (CofE), Broomhill, Sheffield, and chair of the Centre for Radical Christianity based there

Julian Wood

Julian Wood

A Christian Quaker, who passionately believes in Christianity's value

Michael Wright

Michael Wright

A journalist turned vicar, Michael, now retired, is a Quaker and chair of the Nontheist Friends Network