Roger Ray, well known progressive Christian pastor from Missouri, to visit Britain in May

Roger Ray, well known progressive Christian pastor from Missouri, to visit Britain in May

Dr Roger Ray is founder of the Community Christian Church of Springfield and heads The Emerging Church Facebook page.

Roger Ray is well worth listening to. His sermons are among the most downloaded progressive faith messages on the internet.  His UK tour runs from 5th - 13th May.  There are still has some vacant slot and the tour organiser, John Churcher, would like to hear from groups or churches that would like to ​host an event., 01727 760058

It is likely that Dr Ray will be talking on themes drawn from his latest book “Progressive Faith and Practice”.  This themes include

Which Jesus Do We Hold Dear?

What Is Scripture in the Progressive Community?

What Answers Does Progressive Faith Offer to the Big Questions?

Our Preference for the Poor

Itinerary & slots available

Saturday 5th May: Day Conference at Trinity URC St Albans [hosted by St Albans PCN Britain Group]

Sunday 6th: Preaching at Trinity URC, St Albans

Tuesday 8th: Available for booking

Wednesday 9th: Available for booking

Thursday 10th: Malvern PCN Britain Group

Friday 11th: Available for booking

Saturday 12th: Guildford [a morning PCN Meeting] Afternoon or evening available

Sunday 13th: Brighton Preaching a.m. and conference speaking afternoon and evening

To discuss booking Roger Ray in one of his vacant slots please contact John Churcher,, 01727 760058


Dr. Roger Ray is the author of Progressive Conversations and Progressive Faith and Practice. He earned his masters and doctoral degrees at Vanderbilt Divinity School and was a 2004 Merrill Fellow at Harvard Divinity School. A native of Kentucky, Roger has lived in Springfield, Missouri since 1991. His sermons are available on YouTube and iTunes and are now among the most popularly downloaded progressive faith messages on the internet. He is the founding pastor of Community Christian Church and he is an adjunct religion and philosophy professor for Drury University.



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