Online Inclusive Gathering with guest Rajiv Sidhu

April 25, 2021
04:00 pm - 06:30 pm


April 25 - 04:00 pm


March 9 - 06:30 pm

On Sunday, 25th April we’re excited to welcome Liberation Theologian & CofE Ordinand Rajiv Sidhu to help us think about how our diverse identities intersect and the challenge and beauty that can bring to communities that long to include and seek justice together … even when it is hard.

This is part of our new series looking at the practice of inclusion and what it does/ can look like in a variety of areas of life and faith. The clue is in the name, but we see inclusion as a core part of our spirituality and our justice-seeking as a community.

We’re looking forward to chatting live with Rajiv as he joins us for a Q&A on Zoom at 5:15.

You will need to be logged into a Zoom account with a public account name in order to access this Zoom.

Meeting ID: 853 6699 5635
Passcode: 123674

About Rajiv Sidhu…

Rajiv Sidhu (he/him) is a Church of England Ordinand currently in formation at Ripon College, Cuddesdon. He is reading for a Masters in Theology, Ministry and Mission with the University of Durham, having completed undergraduate studies in Theology at the University of Oxford. Rajiv is a passionate liberation theologian and is currently researching racism in the Church Of England. Rajiv can be found writing at, or on Instagram and Twitter at @RajivDSidhu.


About Inclusive Gathering Birmingham …

Inclusive Gathering Birmingham is a diverse church gathered together by a common dream: to become a truly inclusive faith community, where doubt and difference are a welcome part of our journey together toward Jesus. We believe that the way of Jesus leads us to the wild, radical idea that true spiritual community can be formed based on who is INCLUDED, not by who is EXCLUDED. We are a learning community, constantly growing and changing to live out this vision in new and expanding ways.

When we say “inclusion”, we mean much more than mere tolerance or welcome. We believe God wants us all to know that we actually belong. That means people of every race and ethnicity, sexual orientation and gender identity, age and background, HIV status, ability and disability, theological and political conviction are loved, invited, and fully included. Read more about what makes us tick at or send an email to to ask questions or chat.