Q&A Discussion with Rev Jide Macaulay

September 13, 2020
05:15 pm - 06:30 pm

Inclusive Gathering Birmingham
Carrs Lane
Birmingham, United Kingdom, B4 7SX

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September 13


05:15 pm - 06:30 pm

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Inclusive Gathering Birmingham

Carrs Lane

Birmingham, United Kingdom, B4 7SX

Rev Jide Macaulay (founder of House of Rainbow) will join us for a live Q&A Discussion on Zoom at 5:15pm (after speaking at Inclusive Gathering Birmingham’s 4pm Online Inclusive Worship Gathering (Guest: Rev Jide Macaulay) (on FB Live & YouTube). Registration (free) via EventBrite is required to join the Q&A.

Jide will be sharing some of his personal journey and reflecting on the intersection of race, faith, queer identity and inclusion. Read more about House of Rainbow and Jide below.

In order to make sure our discussion feels safe and inclusive, we are asking participants to register (free) for this discussion via EventBrite. Access to the Zoom discussion will become visible through EventBrite after registration. (Registration is NOT required to access the 4pm online events).

This is an exciting part of our learning journey as Inclusive Gathering Birmingham as we actively grow into our calling to be a radically inclusive faith community. Whether you are a regular part of our gatherings or not, you are invited to come along and be part of this special afternoon with us.

ABOUT Inclusive Gathering Birmingham …

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. No secondary status if you’re a woman. No bait and switch if you’re LGBTQ. No restrictions in the fine print if you have doubts or questions about faith.

You can read more about us at and find us on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram @newchurchbrum. Any questions? Email

ABOUT Jide Macaulay …

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. He writes for various Christian and secular Journals. He has authored several books, Poetry Inspired 2001 and Pocket Devotion for LGBT Christians 2005, he has won several awards including the 2003 and 2007 Black LGBT Community Award for “Man of the Year” for his work helping people of faith. Shortlisted for the National Diversity Awards 2014, in the category for Positive Role Model. He served from 2007 to 2013 as Executive Board member and Co Chair of Pan Africa International Lesbians and Gay Association, formerly Africa Regional Representative at the Global Interfaith Network. Currently Board of Trustee at Kaleidoscope Trust UK, Chairperson INERELA+ Europe, Patron at ReportOut, nOSCARS Award winner 2014, 2017, 2018 and a Trained Volunteer Champion at Afruca Children’s Charity.

ABOUT House of Rainbow …

House of Rainbow (HOR) fosters relationships among Black, Asian, Minority Ethnic (BAME), Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Intersex, Queer (LGBTIQ+) individuals, people of faith and allies in order to create a safer and a more inclusive community. As a support organisation, we are dedicated to reconciling marginalised identifies with the pressures of society. With locations in many countries, HOR is about is able to assist with issues and challenges such as asylum seekers’ support, sexual health, counselling and pastoral care. Read more at