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External Collaborators

There are a growing number of organisations to which RGMT has links, and these are updated regularly.

The ARCS project (Action Research - Church and Society) (innovative methodological approach to congregational research)

Being Built Together project (black majority churches in Southwark)

Bible for All (Intercultural reading of the Bible project)

The Bible in the Life of the Church (Anglican Communion) (Global project that seeks to explore the hermeneutics of Anglican Communion churches)

British and Irish Association for Practical Theology (BIAPT) (national association for Practical Theology)

Building on History: The Church in London (a multi-institutional AHRC funded project exploring church history in London, with a focus on black majority churches)

Digby Stuart Research Centre for Religion, Society and Human Flourishing

Ecclesiology and Ethnography network (all things in qualitative research and the church)

Evangelicalism and Fundamentalism in Britain project

Glopent (European Research Network on Global Pentecostalism)

H+ Making Good Sense of the Bible (hermeneutics course for churches from Bible Society, developed by Andrew Rogers)

OXCEPT (Oxford Centre for Ecclesiology and Practical Theology) (engaged in many ministry related research projects)

Practical Theology journal

Sam Sharpe project (celebrating and exploring the legacy of Sam Sharpe within the Baptist Union)