Inclusive Gathering Birmingham @ The Loft – special guest Rev Jide Macaulay

June 4, 2023
03:00 pm - 01:00 am


June 4


03:00 pm - 01:00 am


Upstairs at The Loft

Inclusive Gathering Birmingham meets upstairs at the Loft on Sunday afternoons at 3pm.

On Sunday, 4th June we are very excited to welcome our friend and special guest Rev Jide Macaulay. Jide is a priest, activist and founder of House of Rainbow (read more about him below).

This will be an exciting post-Pride gathering so join us for for music with the full band, open table communion and of course cake! We’re livestreaming this one to YouTube, too.

We will also be running our IGB Kid Club during the gathering for kids under 10. Details here:

We’re a diverse, justice-seeking, LGBTQIA+ affirming church for ALL based in Brum’s Gay Village (City Centre). We’re a community learning to practice God’s radical love & inclusion the best we can.

Our largest worship gathering happens on the 1st Sunday of each month and will also be livestreamed to YouTube. Our other Sunday gatherings tend to be lower-key, centred around spiritual connection & conversation.

We’ll have friendly people and signs to point you in the right direction – you can go straight upstairs via the entrance under the Pride House sign, or go through the main Loft entrance to take the lift upstairs.


About Jide …

Reverend Jide Macaulay is the founding Pastor and CEO of House Of Rainbow CIC. Openly gay British-Nigerian born in London, a Christian minister since 1998, a dynamic and an inspirational speaker, author, poet, pastor and preacher, HIV Positive Activist, holds a degree in Law, masters degree in Theology and Post-graduate certificate in Pastoral Theology. Jide focuses his ministry on inclusion and reconciliation of sexuality, spirituality and human rights. Currently Board of Trustee at Kaleidoscope Trust UK, Chairperson INERELA+ Europe, Patron at ReportOut, nOSCARS Award winner 2014, 2017, 2018, Volunteer Chaplain at Mildmay Hospital and a Trained Volunteer Champion at Afruca Children’s Charity.


The Loft is in the heart of the Gay Village. It is fully accessible and a short distance from New Street Station and city centre Bus Routes.

For those who may be driving in, you may be able to find free parking on the street (as it is Sunday) but you can also pay for parking at the Arcadian. If you haven’t already, please do check that your vehicle complies with the clean air zone (or you may be charged).

If there is anything we can do to make it easier for your to join in, please let us know!


Inclusive Gathering Birmingham is a part of the Inclusive Church Network and the Birmingham Methodist District. Read more about what makes us tick at or send an email to to ask questions or chat.