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Rev. Barbara Glasson

Methodist Minister

The Exuberant Church

The Exuberant Church

Background Information

Employment History

Team Leader
Touchstone

The Methodist Church

Affiliations

Member of the University Faith Advisors
Bradford Faith's Forum and Bradford

Web References (87 Total References)


Meet the team | Touchstone:

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Rev Dr Barbara Glasson Team Leader


Barbara Glasson, a Methodist ...

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Barbara Glasson, a Methodist minister in Liverpool City Centre, works with an emerging church community that bakes bread. She trained in agricultural sciences at Nottingham University before studying theology at Nottingham and Hull. She is also a mother, poet and a walker of dogs.

"'Mixed-up Blessing' is more than the wonderful story of the birth of the bread church among the people who inhabit the centre of Liverpool. Barbara Glasson encourages us to live more deeply the questions within our own place and among the people whose lives we share.


Barbara Glasson, a Methodist ...

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Barbara Glasson, a Methodist minister in Liverpool City Centre, works with an emerging church community that bakes bread. She trained in agricultural sciences at Nottingham University before studying theology at Nottingham and Hull. She is also a mother, poet and a walker of dogs.

"'Mixed-up Blessing' is more than the wonderful story of the birth of the bread church among the people who inhabit the centre of Liverpool. Barbara Glasson encourages us to live more deeply the questions within our own place and among the people whose lives we share.


Barbara ...

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Barbara Glasson

This visionary book from one of the most intriguing and unsettling new voices to have emerged from the churches in recent years finds life and growth in surprising places. Barbara Glasson's widely discussed first book, I Am Somewhere Else, described 'the bread church', the inclusive faith community in Liverpool where people gathered to bake bread and worship God together. She has since worked with lesbian, gay and transgendered Christians, with survivors of childhood sexual abuse, with a group of disabled ministers and with other individuals and groups dealing with trauma and displacement. It is in these 'prophetic communities' that she has discovered new ways of understanding the transforming power of the love of God. The 'Exuberant Church isnot a church on a 'journey', not an 'emerging church', but something more explosive and unpredictable and messy, a church undergoing the strange, frightening but liberating process of 'coming out'. In The Exuberant Church we are invited to a new way of understanding mission and the church. At a time of meltdown, reorientation and confusion, Barbara Glasson sees hope for the churches in communities sometimes seen as threatening and troubling, and in the process of 'coming out' something both profoundly human and deeply of God.


Barbara ...

www.dartonlongmantodd.co.uk [cached]

Barbara Glasson

This visionary book from one of the most intriguing and unsettling new voices to have emerged from the churches in recent years finds life and growth in surprising places. Barbara Glasson's widely discussed first book, I Am Somewhere Else, described 'the bread church', the inclusive faith community in Liverpool where people gathered to bake bread and worship God together. She has since worked with lesbian, gay and transgendered Christians, with survivors of childhood sexual abuse, with a group of disabled ministers and with other individuals and groups dealing with trauma and displacement. It is in these 'prophetic communities' that she has discovered new ways of understanding the transforming power of the love of God. The 'Exuberant Church isnot a church on a 'journey', not an 'emerging church', but something more explosive and unpredictable and messy, a church undergoing the strange, frightening but liberating process of 'coming out'. In The Exuberant Church we are invited to a new way of understanding mission and the church. At a time of meltdown, reorientation and confusion, Barbara Glasson sees hope for the churches in communities sometimes seen as threatening and troubling, and in the process of 'coming out' something both profoundly human and deeply of God.

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