David Barclay is a partner at the Good Faith Partnership, a consultancy seeking to foster strategic relationships between business, politics, charity and faith. He was the President of the Oxford University Student Union before joining the Centre for Theology and Community in 2012. There he led the Centre's work helping churches engage with money and debt issues, are well as pioneering the Buxton Leadership Programme which gives talented young leaders a combination of experiences in Westminster and with inner-city churches involved in community organising.
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The Church of England is not always famous for turning good intentions into practical outcomes. That reputation may just be starting to change. More »
Posted: 14 Sep 2016 - 1 comment